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RENEWVITRINE, a new glass treatment kit by ClickNetherfield, is set to offer museums and galleries a safe and cost-effective solution to overcoming the common problem of glass hazing on showcases. Supplied as a step-by-step kit, for use by staff in situ, RENEWVITRINE works to return glass back to an “as new” condition by cleaning, [...]

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Workshop at MA Conference set to highlight how showcase hazing can finally be eliminated


As ClickNetherfield prepares for their autumn programme of events, they are delighted to confirm their attendance at the MA Conference and Exhibition at the ICC in Birmingham 5-6th November where they will also be hosting an exciting new MP Workshop called ” A clearer view: tackling showcase haze”.
Hosted by Operations Director, Alistair Williams the workshop [...]

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Debut of New Fashion Galleries at Lotherton Hall House and Country Estate


A series of striking new fashion galleries look set to add to Lotherton Hall’s already magnificent visitor appeal, thanks to a new fleet of Evolution-2 Modular showcases from TESS Demountable ( a division of ClickNetherfield specialising in high quality display cases for temporary and touring exhibitions).
With three quarters of a million visitors each year, Lotherton [...]

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Delivering Your Vision


At ClickNetherfield part of our ethos is to be in full control of every aspect of our showcase production within the most advanced showcase production facility in the world.
So when customers in Washington and Singapore specified a spray painted finish for dress panels within their cases, we decided it was time to invest in a [...]

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New Airflow Circulating System enables Faster Response To Fluctuations In Humidity


Traditional display cases constructed with wood can provide an excellent buffering effect for humidity variations within showcases, however, the negative effects of wood are well documented, so modern cases strive to have a completely inert interior.
Whilst a modern well sealed case buffers external humidity variations, the relationship between humidity and temperature means that external [...]

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Museums Association Conference 2015 – Workshop Confirmed


The Museums Association Annual Conference & Exhibition is the largest event of its kind for museum and heritage professionals in Europe with over 1,500 attendees from all over the world coming together to discuss the key issues affecting the sector.
There will be over 90 stands at the exhibition, bringing you the latest practice, technology and [...]

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The Sunday Times BT Business SME Export Track 100


For the first time Britain’s private small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) with the fastest-growing international sales are revealed in the Sunday Times BT Business SME Export Track 100. The new league table ranks companies according to growth in international sales over the last two years. It features strong emerging brands such as hair products supplier [...]

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Why Would A Showcase Company Need A Scientist?


Glass is an unusual and complicated material to work with and as knowledge leaders, ClickNetherfield are solving increasingly complex, non-standard, bonding and cleaning challenges. In line with this ethos we must have a workforce with diverse skills; and so, we have invested in a new member of our Engineering & Innovation team – Emma Moore. [...]

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Forthcoming developments:RENEWVITRINE


ClickNetherfield is a knowledge leader in the museum showcase space and by listening to our customers we are finding some exciting new solutions to our clients’ unresolved challenges.
Our Engineering & Innovation team is made up of our best design, development and manufacturing engineers, as well as scientists and IT experts. As a company we have [...]

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Our Oldest Client to Date


In September of this year ClickNetherfield supplied a showcase to one if it’s oldest client to date – a 4,000 year old skeleton…
Known fondly as the Racton Man, this Bronze Age skeleton was discovered in West Sussex 25 years ago clutching a dagger in his right hand. Unfortunately, due to the lack of resources, no [...]

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