Museum Exhibit Fabrication Materials - Case Study
Kee Klamp pipe fittings are a great solution for fabricating pipe structures for museum exhibits. Used the world over in many different types of applications, structural pipe fittings are easy to use, and are a wonderful alternative to welding. Unlike a welded structure, Kee Klamp can be connected and disconnected, which allows your exhibit to be made into modular components that can be broken down, easily transported and then reassembled.
This project in Mobile, Alabama is an exhibit on row houses. The row house frame was constructed with pipe and Kee Klamp pipe fittings. This kind of exhibit fabrication is easy to assemble and straight forward to work with. Kee Klamp pipe fittings come in both galvanized and aluminum finishes and attach and detach with the use of a simple allen key.
You can see from these pictures that the frame for this museum exhibit has a simple design. The use of Kee Klamp pipe fittings eliminates the need for welding or other complicated connection systems.
We offer both free and paid design services, depending on the level of design services you are looking for. Please consult our design team for more information on how you can use Kee Klamp pipe fittings as a material to fabricate museum exhibits.