Minneapolis, MN. — (May 2008) –
– At less than the width of a penny, Chief’s New Thinstallâ„¢ Series makes no compromise to maintain the low-profile of this year’s ultra-thin flat panel TV revolution. The new line of mounts incorporates exclusive design features from Chief, like GlideLockâ„¢ tool-less latching, to achieve faster installation in the field.
The unique, one-piece bracket provides a custom fit for your TV so installation is quick and easy and Chief’s exclusive GlideLockâ„¢ technology provides simple, tool-less latching. Unlike universal mounts, the custom design of the Chief mounts ensures that you will have appropriate cable access without interference because the mounts are designed around the electrical placement of the TV.
The Thinstall mounts are compatible with Chief’s PAC520â„¢ In-Wall Box Accessory. This In-Wall Accessory simplifies plasma TV installation by providing an organized, recessed space for routing excess cables and attaching surge protectors/power conditioners.
The first mount offered in the Thinstall Series, PSMT2015, is designed for Hitachi’s new 1.5â„¢ UltraThin HDTVs. Complementing the ultra low-profile of this TV, the PSMT2015 has a depth of only 0.49”?, measuring in at one-third of the UltraThin flat panels it supports.
Look for additional Thinstall mounts as other next generation flat panel TVs become available.
Chief Manufacturing, a division of Milestone AV Technologies, has more than 30 years of proven product and service excellence. Committed to responding to industry needs in the Pro AV, Residential and Office markets, Chief offers a complete line of mounts, lifts and accessories for flat panel displays and projectors.
Chief continues to design innovative mounting solutions that complement the technology they support. With multiple product awards and patented designs, Chief provides unique mount features, and is recognized for delivering not only quality products, but knowledgeable, helpful customer service.
U.S. and Europe sales offices support a global network spanning the Americas, Europe, the Pacific Rim and beyond. Chief distribution centers are located in Minnesota and the Netherlands.