Entomology, fossils, geology, herbarium, and botany specimen collections require various museum storage cabinets for protection and preservation. Museum cabinets come with special trays that allow easy access and safe handling of specimens. For extra protection, museums may use glass-fronted cabinets to display or store delicate items. Glass door cabinets help to control the environment around the specimen by preventing dust and other contaminants from coming into contact with it. In addition, glass door cabinets provide a clear view of the specimen, making it easier to identify and study. Visit our online store to see our museum storage products.
We have a wide selection of museum storage cabinets for specific specimen collections. These cabinets are available in various sizes to meet your storage requirements.
Entomology Storage – Entomology storage cabinets store a wide variety of insect specimens, from small beetles to large butterflies. The entomology cabinets are equipped with rails for Smithsonian, California, or USNM drawers.
Fossil Storage – Fossil storage cabinets are designed to preserve and protect fossils and other specimens. The cabinets are steel and have drawers made of steel or wood to organize your fossil collection. The cabinets come in various heights and widths with sealed door gaskets and locks to prevent damage and theft.
Geology Storage Cabinets – Geology storage cabinets are designed for storing rocks and mineral specimens. These high-quality cabinets are made of steel and are available in several sizes. The interior drawers organize specimens for quick reference.
Herbarium & Botany Cabinets – The herbarium cabinets contain individual cubbies to store dried specimens and herbarium casings. These cabinets protect specimens from dust, vapor, insects, and other contaminants.
We also offer Herbarium drying cabinets to speed up the drying process of botany specimens. These cabinets include adjustable shelves, a heater, and a fan to circulate warm air to dry specimens faster.
Museum Drawer Cabinets – Museum drawer cabinets store various artifact collections. They are used to store and display many small artifacts, large flat maps, and delicate garments. The cabinets come in various sizes with glass or solid doors.
Visible Museum Cabinets – Visible museum cabinets display all types of artifacts and specimen collections to provide an interactive experience for visitors. Visible cabinets can display small items such as coins or jewelry. These displays can also be set up to display large sculptures, artwork, and wardrobes.
“I want to thank your entire team for the outstanding work on our art storage project. The process from beginning to end was smooth and enjoyable, and the finished room looks terrific! Chester, Bryan, Chris, Chris, and the other members were extremely thorough and a pleasure to work with. They followed our house rules and took our direction very well. Thanks again for an outstanding project, and I look forward to working with Southwest Solutions in the future should the opportunity arise. ”
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
“The new art racks are massive and beautiful! I cannot wait to hang art on the racks with those fancy hooks, wow! Thank you for helping me see the project through. The efforts of your team and installation really made the project go very smoothly and on time. We look forward to showing off the new and improved art storage room to our Director, Board Members, and Staff. Thanks a million, it has been a pleasure to work with you and your wonderful team on our paintings storage area.”
San Antonio Museum of Art
“I would like to thank you and your team at Southwest Solutions Group for working with the museum so diligently over the years. I also want to thank you personally for your patience, professionalism and great attitude as we’ve navigated the sometimes bumpy road to completing the Blanton Phase I and Phase II. Southwest Solutions Group will certainly be at the very top of my list for any future museum storage needs.”
Blanton Museum of Art
“Southwest Solutions Group is an amazing company made so much better by having Daryl at the helm of Museum and Library storage space saving designs in the NW. Daryl is not only an expert in high density shelving systems, but he consistently tunes into optimizing long term solutions to complex storage needs and pliable projects. Always reliable and knowledgeable, Daryl and his Spacesaver’s team have been indispensable partners in our world of cultural preservation.”