Stewart Filmscreen Develops New CIMA Screen Line With Standard Sizes and Screen Options To Reach Broader Audience

CIMA By Steward Filmscreen offers standard configuration and screen materials for projects that are less need specific but still demand quality, durability and performance

Torrance, CA and Las Vegas, NV (InfoComm) - June 13, 2011 - Stewart Filmscreen Corporation, industry leader in precision projection screen technologies for the residential and commercial markets, announced today the introduction of CIMA™ by Stewart Filmscreen, a new screen line offering standard configurations and sizes for projects that are less need specific, but still demand quality, durability and performance. Designed and manufactured in the USA by Stewart's award winning team, CIMA™ offers the exceptional Stewart brand quality to a broader audience seeking 2-piece projection installations.



"Our team set out to create the high-quality screen solutions for a broad range of basic applications, and the new CIMA™ line was born," said Grant Stewart, President, Stewart Filmscreen. "The CIMA™ line maintains the exceptional screen performance that generations have come to expect from the Stewart Filmscreen brand, with unsurpassed screen uniformity and product fit and finish. Standard sizing with limited options allow for manufacturing efficiencies, meaning this product can be ordered and shipped in a matter of days. Now we can address the needs of a much broader range of applications, providing our dealers with expanded opportunities for Stewart product."

The breakthrough design of CIMA™ by Stewart Filmscreen provides unprecedented versatility to integrators who have long enjoyed the high quality and fine-tuned performance of the Stewart Filmscreen brand. With CIMA™, Stewart provides integrators with a screen solution that has been designed to deliver exceptional performance under a wide range of viewing conditions and at a competitive price. This allows more end customers including burgeoning home theater enthusiasts to experience the quality and performance of a Stewart. The line offers basic screen configurations in both white and gray screen material depending on the environment. The NEVE™ white screen material is ideally suited for applications where lighting control is available, while the TIBURON™ gray screen material is optimized for applications with less lighting control.

CIMA™ by Stewart Filmscreen is available in fixed frame wallscreen, above ceiling electriscreen, and below ceiling electriscreen mounting options for maximum versatility and ease of install. Electric roller screens come with optional IMC low voltage control for interconnectivity. CIMA™screens make installation a very straightforward process and the available options are intended to suit most any standard commercial or residential purpose.

CIMA™ by Stewart Filmscreen will be on display at InfoComm 2012, June 13-15, in booth #N641.

www.stewartfilm.com

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