Peerless Develops Specialized Mount for 103in. Plasma Display

Peerless Industries has developed a new mount specially designed to support Panasonic’s 103in., full-HD TH-103PF9UK plasma display
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Peerless Develops Specialized Mount for 103in. Plasma Display

Nov 2, 2006 8:00 AM

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Peerless Industries has developed a new mount specially designed to support Panasonic’s 103in., full-HD TH-103PF9UK plasma display.

The new mount enables multiple viewing angles for reduced screen glare and the perfect screen viewing position. It is designed to expedite installation with its easy hook-on attachment brackets that are compatible with the screen’s pre-installed spacers. The 103in. mount incorporates a vertical adjustment feature that assists in attaining ideal placement of the screen on the wall. It has been UL-tested to four times its stated weight capacity of 500lbs.

“Our new mount is designed to support the largest display available,” says Maya Bojic, director of Peerless’ custom solutions business unit. “The success of this project demonstrates Peerless’ industry leadership in supplying mounting solutions for the latest technology.”

“We commend Peerless Industries’ ability to rapidly supply us with a custom mounting solution that offers flexible installation of the world’s largest plasma display in applications ranging from the boardroom and lobby areas to video production and screenings,” says Karl DeManss, product line business manager for Panasonic Broadcast.

For more information, visit www.peerlessmounts.com.

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