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A Mounting Offensive

The mounts, racks, furniture and lifts that powered CEDIA EXPO 2011

September 13, 2011 By Stephanie M. Adamow
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Chief's Kontour mounts are designed with a forged aluminum body, holding monitors weighing up to 40 lbs (18.14 kg). Variable mounting options allow installers to choose between desk and wall mounts with varying extension up to 24" (61 cm). Advanced models also include Extreme CentrisTM with -10° to +75° of fingertip tilt for sit-to-stand or touch screen workstation applications. A hassle-free cable management system conceals cables beneath hinged channel covers in the K1 Series. Easy access loops keep cables tidy in the K2 Series.

The new Raxxess Series was created to make the installation process as easy and efficient as possible. Features include extra space gained in the bottom of each rack for mounting small components and consistent ventilation options

New additions to the product line include the G1 Series Gangable Rack and the W1 and W2 Series On-Wall Racks. The G1 Series Gangable Rack includes pre-welded ganging nuts and easily accessible hardware. Other features include adjustable front and rear rack rails; optional doors that are reversible, locking and fitting either the front or rear of the rack; cable management slots integrated into the horizontal rack rail; and packaging designed to cushion the back of the rack for lay-down loading.

Thinstall® ultra-thin swing arm wall mounts and accessories are engineered for use with LED, LCD and plasma TVs. The Thinstall swing arm mounts collapse to 1.3" (33 mm) or 1.5" (38 mm) depth while offering smooth, CentrisTM fingertip tilt.

Chief's Centerless lateral shift feature offers up to 16" (406 mm) of post-install lateral shift, while height and leveling adjustments of up to one inch can be made after the mount is in place as well.


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