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Herbarium Cabinets | Plant Specimen Storage | Botany Storage Cabinets
Herbarium Cabinets Provide Safe and Secure Plant Specimen Storage
Botanists, Biologists, and Land Surveyors need to protect their plant specimen collections. At StoreMoreStore, we have a variety of herbarium cabinets that will provide safe and secure plant specimen storage.
Herbarium and Botany Storage Cabinet Features
Our herbarium cabinets are designed to offer your plant specimen collection the best protection from light, insects, rodents, dust, and water. Here are just some of the herbarium cabinet’s features:
• Heavy-duty reinforced steel construction
• Baked powder coat finish, non off-gassing, non-reactive, solvent free
• Sealed, waterproof top
• Closed-cell pure silicone gasket, mechanically held in place keeping the cabinet airtight
• Lift-off reinforced doors, each door seals and operates independently
• Three-point latching system
• Space in front and rear of shelf allows for air flow
• Lever-Ease recessed full lever handles, with key lock
• Available in 8 standard colors with custom colors available
Contact Us Today to Order Herbarium Cabinets for Plant Specimen Storage
Visit our website now to shop for herbarium cabinets! We have half height cabinets, wide cabinets, and large cabinets that will provide great plant specimen storage for your collection.
We want to provide you with the perfect herbarium and botany storage cabinets that will meet all of your requirements, so if you don’t see what you’re looking for or you want to pick out a custom color for your cabinet give us a call at or send us an email. Our representatives will work with you to make sure you get exactly what you need!
Interested in Other Specimen Storage Cabinets Besides Botany Storage Cabinets?
If you are interested in more than just herbarium and botany storage cabinets, then take a look at our entomology cabinets and museum cabinets!
Protect the Past from the Present with Museum Cabinets
Archival Preservation Cabinets
Whether you are a museum curator or a researcher at a university, you know that keeping delicate organic specimens intact over the long term is a balancing act. There are 6 major factors that typically lead to damage for collections that aren’t kept safely in archival storage.
- Light (visible and UV wavelengths)
- High humidity
- Excessive or unauthorized handling
- Pest infestation
- Improper temperature control
- Dust and other contaminants
Without appropriate preservation museum cabinets and artifacts storage equipment, your organization’s collection could be at risk. You don’t have a second chance to get specimen or museum storage right. Specimens and artifacts may suffer irreparable damage and be difficult or impossible to replace.
Museum Cabinets For Every Collection
One of the challenges of sourcing archival cabinets is the wide variety of specimens requiring storage. Each type of specimen may have different requirements. For example, keeping dermestid beetles out of your entomology cabinets is absolutely critical. Pest infestation can turn an insect collection that took years to build into piles of dust in just a couple of weeks. Other special considerations for entomology collections include being able to find the correct style of drawer for your institution’s preferred display method (Cornell, Smithsonian, California, or USNM style).
Herbarium cabinets require very careful humidity control to keep mold from destroying fragile plant tissue. Your main concern with geology cabinets is typically finding sturdy shelving or drawers that can hold up under the weight of all those rocks. You may need extra security such as museum cabinet locking mechanisms to prevent theft of high-value specimens in some collections.
Museum Collection Cabinets Offer Multiple Solutions
At StoreMoreStore, we provide museum storage solutions including specimen cabinets that help you control all of the factors that could degrade your collection. Our museum cabinets close and seal with gaskets that keep the interior environmental conditions at optimal levels for long term preservation.
See our complete collection of archival, specimen and musuem cabinets here!