Display Mounting Instructions
The vast majority of our wall-mounted recognition displays are hung using one or more French cleats. A French cleat is a horizontal board that is cut to angle up along its length. The French cleat is attached to the wall using a level with the angle pointing toward the ceiling. A corresponding angle is cut into the display allowing it to be lowered onto the French cleat. The weight of the display forces it flush against the wall. In fact, a great number of kitchen cabinets are hung using this same French cleat system.
Download a step-by-step pictorial guide for French Cleats that may be helpful when installing your display.
Clear Change Panel
Our Clear Change System provides you an easy and cost effective way to update any list. Clear film acetate is mounted behind scratch resistant acrylic, which is held flush to the display with caps. The Clear Change System is a seamless approach to recognizing donors, allowing imagery to continuously flow behind the names.
Download a step-by-step pictorial guide for Clear Change Panels that may be helpful when updating your display.
Stand-Off to Wall Mounting
With our Stand-off System, glass, acrylic or other materials are suspended on metal posts and caps giving a dimensional look to your display. Varying depths are also possible to further create a more dramatic look.
Download a step-by-step pictorial guide for Stand-Off Panels that may be helpful when updating your display.