When it comes to displaying one-of-a-kind artefacts for public or private collections, security glass from Romag offers a solution that maximises viewing experience whilst remaining completely secure.
Romag is regularly commissioned by historical institutions globally to provide the perfect bespoke solution – clear vision and complete protection. We offer various levels of protection from fairly simple laminated glass which can be made to resist significant physical attack and bullet resistance should the threat be severe.
Theft isn't the only threat facing artefacts and artwork on display, photodegradation is one of the main causes of damage to display pieces; paints, inks and dyes are particularly vulnerable to the process. Romag have the solution with our PVB laminated glass which filters 99.9% of ultra-violet light which prevents the harmful colour-bleaching process.
All this protection need not impact on visitor experience. Our low-iron and anti-reflective glass options ensure that antiquities on display are just as impressive as if the glass wasn't there; with some of the highest clarity glass on the market offering maximum light transmission.
See some of our museum glass projects, like the 'Human Evolution' exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London or the fuliliers museum in Northumberland on our projects page.