Chief is Shipping a New Angle on Installation

Multi-directional mounts provide more installer-friendly options for new applications

Eden Prairie, Minn., USA (FEBRUARY 2014) - www.chiefmfg.com - Chief, an industry leader in AV mounting solutions, is now shipping Fusion® Series Multi-Directional Ceiling Mounts to help meet the needs of digital display installations that require 360 degree viewing capability from a single column drop.


The mounts come in triple- and quad-display options while keeping the Fusion single ceiling mount features installers appreciate:

*Centris® technology provides a continuous range of fingertip tilt from +5 to -20 degrees with four set locking points to eliminate guesswork when adjusting multiple screens*

*Compatible with traditional 1.5" NPT and Chief pin-connection CPA ceiling plates and column systems (sold separately)

*Compatible with most displays 32-60"

*Tool-free screen engagement to secure displays with optional padlock security

The multi-directional adapter can be ordered as an accessory without Fusion mounts to allow for integration of different mount heads.

Start seeing installations differently with Chief LCM3U and LCM4U Fusion multi-directional ceiling mounts. Customize your solution with the many Fusion accessories that also work across the ceiling, cart and bolt-down solutions. More on the full Fusion series can be found at the Chief Fusion web page.

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