Draper Receives Two ADEX Awards

Draper`s AeroLift 25 and PVC-Free Window Shade Fabrics Get Design Recognition.

SPICELAND, INDIANA -Draper, Inc. has received two Platinum ADEX Awards -one for its AeroLift 25 motorized, recessed projector lift and another for the company's line of PVC -free window shades. The ADEX Awards (Awards for Design Excellence) are selected by a panel of independent judges, and are sponsored by Design Journal. Platinum is the top award level.

The AeroLift 25 has a small footprint to fit into spaces previously too cramped for a projector lift. The AeroLift 25 installs between 2" ceiling joists on 16" centers. Adjustability ensures a proper fit even when joist spacing is off. When fully closed, the AeroLift 25 measures 4" high x 12½" wide x 22½" long - plus projector, bracket and optional ceiling closure panel.
Draper PVC -free FlexShades help cut energy costs, and increase control of natural light. PVC -free fabrics also tend to be much thinner and lighter than PVC solar protection mesh fabrics, so Draper shades can be constructed using smaller tubes and hardware systems, leading to less waste, lower operating weights and smaller "bundle diameters."
For more information on Draper's AeroLift 25 and PVC -free FlexShades, visit www.draperinc.com.

About Draper
Draper, Inc., is a Spiceland, Ind. -based manufacturer of projection screens, lifts and mounts for projectors and displays, window shades and gymnasium equipment. In addition to its Spiceland facilities, Draper has manufacturing or sales operations in Malta, Ohio; Fullerton, Calif.; Blackwood, Gwent, United Kingdom; Nacka, Sweden; Halmstad, Sweden; and Hong Kong. Draper products are shipped to dealers throughout the United States and more than 100 foreign countries.

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