We have also Insulator Museum in the laboratory. Including the pin insulator for communication presumed to be the oldest domestic insulator (manufactured in 1875), approximately 5000 pieces of insulators and maintenance tools from 21 countries in the world and 57 manufacturers are stored. About 300 pieces of them are displayed regularly. Visitors may see the evolution of material and design of insulators here. We are pleased if our collections are of any help for any researches . Old documents and literatures related to insulators are displayed and the history of insulators is illustrated in the museum.
* Insulator Museum is not open to the public.