|The FLEX-display system provides a number of ways of displaying your banners. In addition to freestanding banner stands, you may also use the same graphics and FLEX-display rail combinations to wall mount or ceiling suspend banners too.We offer a wall mounting kit as part of the FLEX-display range. This comprises 2 double sided clips, 2 wall block fixings and the necessary screws and plugs to complete the assembly.
The fabric graphics we supply are mounted with one of the three types of horizontal rails a) snaplock b) classic or c) channel rail -see Bar types.
All of the rails have the same profile at the rear and so all types can be used for wall mounting. The wall block fixings (which also share the same profile as the rear of the rails) are connected to the wall with screws, the upper one horizontally and the lower one vertically.
The double sided clips are then used to connect the top and bottom rails of the graphics to the wall block fixings by just clipping the two together.
We recommend the use of one wall mounting kit for each 60cm width of banner and so the wall mountings can also be used with very wide banners – just more are needed.
Wall Mounting Kit
The FLEX-display system components are built to be highly modular… Our rails work with our free-standing banners as well as ceiling and wall mounting kits.
This means that if you already have a banner hardware and want to reuse the graphics, the banner can be used in a shop/office either hanging from the ceiling or simply mounted on a wall.
For our floor-standing banner range – Click here.
Our snap-lock rails can be used with our simple ceiling mounting kits – consisting of ‘S’-hooks and clips – the system allows your banner to be hung from a ceiling (or over the side of an exhibition stand) when there is restricted floor space.
The hanging kit are also regularly used in shop window displays – Which proves an very elegant display coupled with our vibrant printed fabric graphics.
Similarly, our wall fixing kit allows your banner to be displayed on a wall. This is particularly advantageous to get the most use out of a single graphic (for instance, after an exhibition or show, the fabric banner can be mounted on the walls of office space).