Rose Displays Ltd

Suspension Mounts

Rose Displays' Suspension Mount ceiling track system offers a new and easy way to hang graphics from open ceilings, solving a common challenge for visual display professionals.

Designed to be used with the company's EasyGlide and Butterfly Tracks, Suspension Mounts can be affixed to any ceiling type, whether grid, plaster or open. Ideal for stores with open or high ceilings, Suspension Mounts enable retailers to lower the track to a reasonable height. This feature allows graphics to be hung in traditionally troublesome areas, such as locations with ceiling obstacles and/or lighting fixtures. Additionally, since the track is "dropped" from the ceiling, store staff can change graphics quickly and easily, thus saving time.

Another benefit of Suspension Mounts is that large-scale graphics can be displayed from open ceilings to provide a powerful look in-store. Available in a clear anodized or white finish, Suspension Mounts are available in individual lengths up to 125 inches, and multiple rails can be securely connected with AnoConnectors to achieve greater lengths.

The Suspension Mount's taller profile enhances its stability, requiring fewer mounting points—only two points of hanging are needed in eight feet. An additional feature is flexibility in the placement of the installation mounting points. As a result, installation crews will find the system easy to put up, saving time and money.

"We have already seen a tremendous amount of interest from customers looking for a way to lower the hanging track from the ceiling, and retailers have also been delighted to see a solution for their open ceiling issue," said Joseph Roginski, director of sales.

Another benefit is the potential for the Suspension Mount system to lower installation costs. "With Suspension Mounts, store staff can now change graphics, eliminating the need for expensive installation crews to handle this task. We've received feedback that this feature alone means the system can pay for itself in a year depending on the number of graphic changes," Roginski added.

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