BLOCKART

BLOCKART

Art storage system

The Best conditions for works of Art

BLOCKART is designed to meet archive and storage needs generated by the growing volume of art works in museums, galleries, etc. Our systems provide effective, innovative, safe and profitable solutions for your storage problems.
BLOCKART offers different accessories that provide archived objects and works with the best storage conditions.


Optimization of available space

BLOCKART allows you to choose between two options, hanging screens or mobile screens.
The main goal in each case is the optimization of the available space and to adapt the installation to the type of object stored.
The screen, The screen element common to both options is the support for hanging or supporting the artwork. The amount of grid reticules of the screen allow for different options when distributing and combining different shapes and sizes.


Hanging screens for large spaces

Our screen hanging system is mounted on a self-supporting structure on the existing floor. The screens can be moved by applying a slight pulling force on the front handle. This option is recommended for spaces presenting heights greater than 2.5 meters.


Mobile screens

This type of screen is suitable for rooms less than 2.5 meters tall. Presenting a lateral sliding mechanism, one open aisle is enough to access their content.

The sliding mechanism can be manual (with a handle) or with a wheel that includes effort-reduction mechanism. The wheel mode allows for the displacement of several modules at the same time.

BLOCKART systems can incorporate a general lock-down to prevent access to the stored artwork.

BLOCKART mobile screens slide over high resistance calibrated steel rails. They can be placed directly over the existing floor or be embedded in the pavement.

The platform option does not require any labour for installation.
The rails are levelled directly over the existing floor and incorporate a built-in perimeter ramp for easy access with transport carts.

The Embedded option can be performed directly on site with subsequent screed or through clearings in existing pavement.