Path offered to more freedom and flexibility

FATH Components releases new monitor plates and mounts with locking facility

A monitor mount and plate that features a new locking facility has Just been announced by FATH Components. The company says that it allows users greater freedoms and flexibility on the shop floor, and is designed for use with all popular aluminium framework systems.

Complete with VESA MIS-D 75/100 compatible fittings, the new flat screen mount comes with fittings for use with both 8mm and 10mm slotted aluminium sections.

Further, the company’s new ZN mount features a “quality KIPP locking lever that allows users to lock the monitor screen in the required position quickly and effortlessly”, it states.

“As an aid to designers and in common with many popular products in an expanding FATH portfolio that already numbers more than 18,000 products, CAD downloads for the new plates and mounts are readily and easily accessible on the FATH website.”

Amongst it's portfolio are the FATH LEAN 4.0 solutions. which, says FATH, enable work processes to be continuously optimised. "Self-adhesive floor markings make it easier to mark out areas and travel paths. Warehouses and logistics can be organised with reusable and self-adhesive or PVC-free container markings."

A monitor mount and plate with new locking facility has been launched by FATH Components.
A monitor mount and plate with new locking facility has been launched by FATH Components.

FATH Components Ltd

6 Pegasus Court
North Lane
GU12 4QP

+44 (0)1252 346610

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