By Martin Vedris
SYDNEY, NSW: Australian flat screen TV wall mount manufacturer, Atdec, has literally been supporting the TV industry since 1998. But what do Atdec and Krispy Kremes the doughnut company have in common now?
Well, Atdec, has launched the unique Spacedec Display Quick Shift Donut (RRP $129) flat panel mounting solution.
The Donut features a Quick Shift lever that easily moves and locks the display freely along a pole — requiring no tools. It contains an in-built Quick Release mechanism for effortless, secure removal or replacement of the display and its ball joint allows infinite adjustment for viewing angles up to 40 degrees.
“The Spacedec Display Quick Shift Donut is a sleek, simple and brilliantly engineered product made from robust, state-of-the-art materials,” said Atdec, managing director, Jerome Green. “It reflects Atdec’s commitment to creating a better visual experience as it lets users adjust the display height, viewing distance and tilt with minimal effort.”
The Spacedec Display Quick Shift Donut adapts to poles 42-millimetres and 50-millimetres in diameter and supports displays up to 12-kilograms. It supports mounting hole configurations of 100-millimetres x 100-millimetres, with the option of adding an Adaptor plate for displays with 200-millimetres x 100-millimetres mounting configurations. The Donut also features portrait-to-landscape rotation and simple, one turn tension adjustment for which a single special tool is included, making it suitable for multi-user environments.
Established in 1998, Atdec is an Australia success story. It now exports to over 15 countries including North America, Asia, Middle East and Europe, Atdec products can be seen worldwide in train stations, airports, fast food restaurants, public spaces, multi-national corporations, banks and in homes.