02.01.2009 08:51 AM
Chief FUSION Series mounts to ship soon

Chief Manufacturing will begin shipping its FUSION Series of monitor mounts at the end of January. The mounts focus on usability and speed of installation and were designed to solve some of the toughest installation challenges.

Inspired by installers, Chief's new FUSION universal mounting system is a series of mounts with a new low-profile design available in fixed or tilt models for 26in-75in televisions. FUSION mounts include features that lessen installation times and allow for customization, adjustments and self-leveling even after mounted to the wall.

The Chief product development team observed specific challenges that professional installers faced when mounting flat-panel televisions. These challenges, ranging from inconvenient stud location to perfect leveling of the flat panel, directly influenced the design of FUSION, which features Centerless lateral shift, providing up to 16in of post-installation lateral shift (8in left/right of uprights), and ControlZone height and roll adjustment, allowing the post-installation fine-tuning of height and leveling.

Chief's FUSION Series mounts are ideal for a variety of applications including video conferencing, telepresence and multimonitor solutions to create video walls.

For more information, visit www.chiefmfg.com.


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