Advantages/difference compared to Conservo magnetic frames:
The Conservo magnetic frame can optionally be supplemented with the 5 mm high D5 insert frame as an integrated spacer. With this variant, the selection of profiles and strips is limited due to the width of the D5 spacer/insertion frame. On request, we also manufacture the Conservo-Distance magnetic frame as a special solution.
The Conservo magnetic frame is equipped with a full-surface rear panel made of eloxated aluminium and magnetic spacer strips with a height of 5 or 10 mm. This construction also allows the use of narrow aluminium profiles and wooden strips, analogous to the distance magnetic frame. In addition, the aluminium rear panel offers extra stability and flatness even for thinner KLUG corrugated cartons, museum cartons or folding passe-partouts. All other features of the CONSERVO magnetic frame are, of course, retained - the BS 1 R invisible image protection is also available as an option.
Several museums already chose Conservo-Distance magnetic frames and are convinced. Take a look at the special version and get in touch with us - we will be happy to advise you comprehensively on all options for your "museum magnetic frame" made to measure.
Here we show you the differences between Conservo and Conservo-Distance magnetic frames in comparison:
CONSERVO magnetic frame
CONSERVO-DISTANCE magnetic frame
The CONSERVO-DISTANCE is also well thought-out when it comes to handling: small recesses make it safe and convenient to remove the inserted materials. In this case, the picture frame is filled with the standard corrugated cardboard, a folding passepartout, a magnetic spacer strip 5 mm high and the glass. The recess ends at the top edge of the eloxated aluminium surface in the basic element for optimum handling. After locking in the optional BS 1 R picture lock, the CONSERVO-DISTANCE magnetic frame is ready for presentation - comfortable and safe, in best museum quality.
Conservo-Distance in Stedelijk Museum
The CONSERVO-DISTANCE magnetic frame is used, for example, in the Stedelijk Museum, about which we have already reported . The individual magnetic frames according to the customer's wishes meet exactly the museum's special requirements for framing.