Chief Debuts Sleek New Monitor Mount

Chief announced the launch of a unique line of monitor arms for a variety of workstation applications.
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Chief Debuts Sleek New Monitor Mount

Chief announced the launch of a unique line of monitor arms for a variety of workstation applications.

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Chief announced the launch of a unique line of monitor arms for a variety of workstation applications. The Kontour Series of desk and wall arms provide maximum flexibility for ergonomic positioning and a host of features in a stylish, modern design, company officials said.

Kontour mounts are designed with a forged aluminum body for strength, making them capable of holding monitors weighing up to 40 pounds. Variable mounting options allow installers to choose between desk and wall mounts with varying extension up to 24 inches. Advanced models also include Extreme Centris with -10 degress to +75 degrees of fingertip tilt that lends itself well to sit-to-stand workstation applications.

A hassle-free cable management system conceals cables beneath hinged channel covers in the K1 Series. Easy-access loops keep cables tidy in the K2 Series.

"Chief's new Kontour family is an exciting evolution from our existing monitor mounts," said Eric Wickberg, sales director for Chief's Display Solutions Team, in a statement. "We've always had the most functional and installer-friendly mounts; now we've given them a facelift via forged arms for strength with sleek lines for a beautiful look. We've also streamlined our costs to make them even more value-driven. Our new Extreme Centris takes our effortless pitch-adjust to a whole new level. Plus, we've kept all our great installation benefits and modular design intact."

All Kontour Series monitor mounts are designed to UL specifications and are backed with a 10-year warranty, according to Chief.

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