Chief Expands Kontour Monitor Mount Series


By RS Staff January 3,2013


Chief has expanded the Kontour series of monitor mounts to include array configurations, now shipping.

Flexibility meets form and function with the K3 series of solid array mounts, the company says. The K3 group of mounts includes 3x1/2x1, 2x2 and 1x2 configuration options. Each comes in either free standing or grommet mounting styles. A clamp accessory provides a third choice for installers.

"The new array solutions bring the Kontour series of monitor mounts into a range of new applications," said Liz Aboobaker, associate product manager. "Dealers will enjoy the greater flexibility of the expanded Kontour series to meet their project needs. The modular nature of these mounts means they can be easily modified to meet a wide range of multi-monitor arrangements."

The K3 mounts provide aesthetic, stable solutions—ideal for offices, call centers, security desks, control rooms, health care and IT settings.

The 3x1/2x1 configuration is the first of the arrays on the market and comes with many features for installers, including a telescoping lateral shift, independent height adjustable arms and center head, and room for three 27-inch monitors or two 30-inch monitors.

All mounts are first available in black, with silver to follow soon. The 3x1/2x1 configuration includes the K3F310B desk stand, available now, and the K3G310B grommet/bolt down stand, which will be available later this month. The 2x2 configurations include the K3F220B desk stand and the K3G220B grommet/bolt down stand. The 1x2 configurations include the K3F120B desk stand and the K3G120B grommet/bolt down stand.
 
All models will be available in black finish by the end of January.

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