Rose Displays Ltd

ZipLine Mounting Plate and ZipLine Poles

Rose Displays, Ltd., a leading provider of signware solutions to retailers worldwide, introduces two accessories for its popular ZipLine: ZipLine Mounting Plate and ZipLine Poles.

 

With the new Mounting Plate, ZipLines can be hung from any plaster ceiling, allowing you to use ZipLine adjustable cables with most store ceilings, whether standard grid or flat. The Mounting Plate is easy to install by simply screwing it onto your ceiling.

 

With ZipLine Poles, store staff can easily install or remove ZipLines safely and in seconds – without the need for ladders. With a single twist of the pole, the ZipLine anchors lock securely onto the ceiling grid or the mounting plate. ZipLine Poles are available in two configurations – ZipLine Poles OneUp for graphics with one point-of-hanging or ZipLine Pole BiClops for those with two points-of-hanging. Both configurations come in lengths for ceilings of up to 10’, 14’ or 18’ in height. Rose Displays recommends using two ZipLines per graphic.

 

Rose Displays’ patented ZipLine makes it easy to change the height of your graphics whenever you need, with the touch of a button. ZipLine comes with 60” of cable that can be adjusted in approximately 3” increments, allowing for great flexibility to accommodate various store ceiling heights in your roll-out. Simply hold its release button to lengthen or shorten the cable to the height you want. ZipLine features a secure loop design to ensure that graphics are held securely, and it can be used with hole-punched graphics to save money, or with graphic holders for a more upscale look. With its exclusive design, the ZipLine also offers minimal visibility.

 

In addition to the new Mounting Plate, ZipLines are compatible with standard grid, Spider Track, and Tile Divider mounts. ZipLine is available in a stock off-white finish to match most standard grid ceilings, and custom colors also available (minimum quantities and an up charge apply).

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