Designed to protect collections, save space, and provide enduring solutions for institutions of all sizes, the Viking by Spacesaver line of museum cabinets represents the future of collections care. From our flexible 920 Series cabinets to specialized cabinets for botany, entomology, geology, and flat files, our museum cases are fully configurable and customizable to suit any need.
We understand that no collection is standard, and we’ll help design a storage solution to fit your collection, your facility, and your day-to-day processes.
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With a reconfigurable interior and a sturdy, modular frame, the Viking Preservation Cabinet 920 Series offers a unique combination of versatility and strength. Interchangeable interior liners allow these cabinets to change with your collections.
These carefully crafted cabinets are ideal for heavy geological collections. Available in counter height and full height designs, the cabinets can be equipped with rugged, heavy-gauge steel drawers to house any size collection.
Perfect for herbaria, these cabinets preserve botanical collections and protect them from infestation. The full height models feature a pull-out reference shelf for viewing specimens in the collection storage area.
The colossal Viking Model 395 cabinet offers 181 cubic feet of storage capacity and is ideal for holding large specimens and artifacts.
These cabinets are precision-crafted to store your choice of four styles of entomology drawers – Cornell, USNM, California Academy and Smithsonian. Pull-out work shelves are included on the full height models to provide extra workspace. Choose from enclosed cabinets or open shelving to suit your needs.
Capable of storing a number of large flat items, these cabinets have stainless steel tracks and plated rollers. If equipped with the optional base, they can be double-stacked to create a counter-height work or storage surface.
This new 920 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), there was no water within the cabinet from the sprinkler discharge and items in plastic bags inside the cabinet were unaffected by smoke and soot.
At Spacesaver, we know that new cabinets represent a significant investment. That’s why we work hard to bring you the best value and unsurpassed customer service from your project’s earliest planning stages to the final walk-through and ongoing routine maintenance.
Contact us to connect with your local Spacesaver consultant, who will work with our Wisconsin-based teams of in-house engineers and project managers to design, build, and install museum cabinets and other enduring storage solutions that will stand the test of time.