Protect the past and prepare for the future with cabinets that change with your collections.
With a sturdy, modular exterior and interchangeable interior panels, the new Viking Preservation Cabinet 920 Series helps create ideal preservation conditions in museums, archives, libraries, and other institutions. This museum collection storage cabinet is ideal for the long-term preservation of art collections, natural history collections, anthropology collections, and any other type of museum collection.
Want to future-proof your collections storage? View interchangeable accessories, mounting options, door and handle options, and more.
Removable liners and interchangeable accessories create interiors that can be configured and reconfigured over time. A cabinet that’s initially fitted with trays, for instance, can be converted to store drawers or shelves as collections grow. Accessories include a variety of drawers, trays, shelves, and hanging rods.
Viking has long been known for exceptional strength and sturdiness. All our museum products are manufactured in the USA of heavy-gauge steel with reinforced welded construction. Closed-cell gaskets and our three-point latching system help ensure protection from dust and other contaminants, and the cabinets’ non-off-gassing powder-coat paint finish provides durability and a clean appearance.
This new 920 Series cabinet was sent to a federal agency for a burn workshop in the fall of 2018. Although the side of the cabinet reached approximately 900 degrees Celsius (1650 degrees Fahrenheit), items in plastic bags inside the cabinet were unaffected by smoke and soot. No water from sprinkler discharge penetrated the cabinet.
Viking museum collection storage cabinets are trusted to protect collections at prestigious institutions throughout North America and around the world.
A cabinet represents a significant investment, not only on your part, but also on ours. Made in the USA of heavy-duty steel, the Spacesaver 920 Series offers complete flexibility and proven performance in even the most extreme conditions.
We design and manufacture our full line of museum products under one roof to ensure seamless customer service and coordination with tradespeople and other vendors. And when you need assistance with project planning, product installation, and maintenance and service, our in-house experts work closely with your local distributor to ensure your satisfaction.
Download the Tech Data for detailed information about cabinet sizes, weights, and available options and accessories.
|Width||30″, 36″, 42″, 48″, 60″|
|Depth||18″, 24″, 30″, 36″|
|Height||42″, 60″, 72″, 84″, 96″|
Lock for standard handles
Vents with sliding closures
Solid or Visual Doors
Hat Shelf/Coat Rod
CIC Safety Stop
Rolled Textile Drawers
Rolled Textile Tray
Channel-in-Channel (CIC) Tray
Corrugated (CORR) Trays
Integrated Corner Post Style (ICP)
This comes standard on all Viking Preservation Cabinet 920 Series cabinets. It accepts a variety of accessories that can be mounted at 1” increments using clips, brackets, or mounts.
Maximize drawer and tray density with interchangeable inserts that mount onto the corner post system.
Safety-Stop Panel Insert
Channel-In-Channel Panel Style
Full-Slide Panel Insert
Corrugated Panel Style
Dividers are available for all styles, and most accessories are available in full-width and half-width.
|Post Style||Channel-In-Channel Panel||Corrugated Panel|
|Trays with Safety Stops|
|Trays without Safety Stops|
|Rolled Textile Rods|
920 Product Brochure
Tech Data: Viking Preservation Cabinet – 920 Series
Info Sheet: Preservation Cabinet – 920 Series
Info Sheet: Cabinet Comparison
Info Sheet: Popular Interior Configurations – 920 Series
Info Sheet: General Maintenance of Spacesaver Products
Tech Data: Antimicrobial Powder Coat
Brochure: Museum Collections Storage Guide
Brochure: Museum Risk Management Burn Workshop
Tip Sheet: 11 Tips for Designing Collections Areas
Case Study: Frazier Museum
To learn more about 920 Series museum cabinets and our other museum storage products, contact us today to arrange a free on-site space assessment. Your local Spacesaver museum consultant will carefully measure your available space, discuss your collections’ needs, and recommend solutions that will save space, maintain accessibility, and preserve your collections for generations to come.