Chief Shipping Fusion Video Wall Ceiling Mounts
Company says the products support displays up to 55 inches and weights ranging from 85 to 125 pounds.


Chief says its latest Fusion series of mounts are the second in a line of ceiling mounts and accessories it will introduce during the early months of 2013.
January 25, 2013 By CI Staff

The Eden Prairie, Minn.-based manufacturers Chief is one of the largest companies in the world of racks and mounts, and offers dealers in the residential and commercial markets a vast selection of products.

The Skinny: Just after the start of the new year, the company announced it has started to ship its Fusion Video Wall Ceiling Mounts.

The Specs: The Midwestern-based company says the ceiling video wall mounts incorporate knobs for the adjustment of height and plumb fine-tune adjustments without having to use tools. Chief says the solid-construction products support displays up to 55 inches in screen size and weights ranging from 85 pounds to 125 pounds. Chief also says the mounts are compatible with traditional 1.5-inch NPT and Chief’s CPA pin connection ceiling plates and column system.

Solutions: Chief explains its Fusion Video Wall Ceiling Mounts are applicable for digital signage and other video wall installations.

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