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New range of monitor brackets and accessories

Posted on 30 Apr 2020 and read 1323 times
New range of monitor brackets and accessoriesBirmingham-based Norelem, an international standard-components specialist, has launched a new range of compact monitor brackets and accessories, providing security and flexibility for all technology equipment in the manufacturing workplace.

The range includes support arms, tablet holders and keyboard trays, designed to optimise space in offices (and on factory floors) and made from a high-strength mix of thermoplastic and aluminium (www.norelem.co.uk).

Suitable for holding up industrial monitors and touch-panels, the three new monitor brackets are 50mm shorter than previous models, making them suitable for use in tight spaces.

They include the compact monitor bracket, designed with space-saving in mind and able to hold up to 10kg. There is also a heavy-duty vibration-proof monitor bracket that features a rotary flange and is lockable (with a tilt adjustment of up to 90deg), which can hold a weight of 25kg.

The final monitor bracket comes with a ball joint that allows a 60deg swivel; it can also hold a weight of 10kg.

The new support arms are height-adjustable and can be extended up to 720mm, allowing screens to be positioned at any height or angle.

Alongside the new monitor brackets and support arms, Norelem’s new tablet holders and keyboard trays can assist in positioning a tablet and keyboard in a certain position, without the need to hold it manually.

The tablet holder screws directly onto the universal flange of the monitor holder, providing a secure anchor to hold factory technology systems together.

Norelem CEO Marcus Schneck said: “Launching our new range of monitor brackets and accessories allows us to offer comfort and security, as well as machinery components.

"As we are moving into a digital age, we understand that factories and plants now require more digital technology, so they need a way to display information safely and securely on screen.”