L-Class

Vertical and horizontal glass box display cases opened by lifting, high airtightness

Lv1

Lifting with actuators (medium lift). These vertical cases have a display area enclosed by a glass box that can be lifted using electromechanical or hydraulic actuators. Actuators are best suited to lifting reasonably light boxes that do not require a great deal of travel. Like the screw system described below, this method provides access to all sides of the display deck.

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Lh1

Lifting with actuators (medium lift). These horizontal cases have a display area enclosed by a glass box that can be lifted using electromechanical or hydraulic actuators. Actuators are best suited to lifting reasonably light boxes that do not require a great deal of travel. Like the screw system described below, this method provides access to all sides of the display deck.

6 Goppion patents:

Lv2

Lifting with nested telescopic screws (high lift). These vertical cases have a display area enclosed by a glass box that can be lifted using telescopic screws that occupy little space and offer substantial travel. The four screws provide access to all sides of the display deck. This system is appropriate when vertical travel greater than the height of the base is desired and is suitable for large exhibition spaces.

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Lh2

Lifting with simple screws (medium-high lift). These horizontal cases have a display area enclosed by a glass box that can be lifted using simple screws, which occupy little space and offer substantial travel. We recommend a simple screw system for small display cases, especially narrow ones whose lids do not need to be lifted very high, and when it is important to be able to reach the display deck from all four sides. When fully open, the clearance available is 70% of the height of the base.

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