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Premier Mounts Launches Rotating Large LCD, LED, Plasma Monitor / TV Wall Mount Bracket

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Due to its position as a leading innovator of TV Monitor mounts and brackets for the hotel and retail sectors, U.S. manufacturer Premier Mounts often launches products that are without comparison, products that are designed around specific specification requests from its customer base.

One such request was for a wall mount for a plasma, led or lcd screens that could be simply rotated from a landscape orientation to a portrait position, without it having to be lifted off the wall mount. The ability to easily rotate the screen from landscape to portrait, yet fix the TV or monitor at any angle has proved to be a big hit in the Point of Sale and the exhibition or trade show environments.

An added practical benefit for the installer is that the RFM bracket is extremely forgiving, should it be difficult to fix the wall plate horizontally due to an obstruction or delicate wall area, it doesn’t matter, the TV or monitor can always be adjusted with a final simple ‘tweak’. Once in the perfect attitude, the bracket can be locked into position to prevent it from being moved.

The RFM rotating bracket is suitable for LCD, LED and plasma screens between 37” and 63” and is more than capable of supporting screens weighing up to 73kg.

This bracket can be used with screens having VESA200 fittings (200 x 200mm mounting screw-hole spacing), right through to huge TVs having 870mm x 505mm.

Should you require any further information, please call 0845 835 0266 or please CLICK HERE.

As you would expect from one of the World’s leading manufacturers, this range has been tested and approved for safety by Underwriters Laboratories® (UL)

There are two main independent testing companies certifying the safety of commercial products, TÜV and UL. TÜV is a safety testing house based in the EEC, whereas UL is situated in the USA.

Each testing company individually evaluates products to ensure that they safely meet the manufacturers claimed specifications, and that they are able to perform to the manufacturers claimed specifications, over a number of years.

Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is an independent product safety certification organisation. based in the USA.

UL develops standards and test procedures for products, materials, components, assemblies, tools and equipment, chiefly dealing with product safety.

Underwriters Laboratories® is an independent product safety certification organisation that has been testing products and writing standards for safety for more than a century. UL evaluates more than 19,000 types of products, components, materials and systems annually with 20 billion UL Marks appearing on 66,000 manufacturers’ products each year. UL’s worldwide family of companies and network of service providers includes 68 laboratory, testing and certification facilities serving customers in 102 countries.


As all our commercial products are either UL or TÜV tested, your insurance company could not claim that the product was unsuitable for your TV. With inferior products, if they are not fully safety approved, insurance companies can reject any subsequent claims. Perhaps more importantly, if a product has been tested, approved and certified by UL or TUV, then you can rest assured that the specification claims are true and realistic, unlike some very low cost products coming into the UK.


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