Stantron to exhibit at NAB 2008

February 14, 2008 -- At the show, the provider of racks and enclosures for broadcast and professional audio/video applications will introduce new shelving and filler panel options for its E-Rack and Presentation brands.

February 14, 2008 -- Stantron, a provider of racks and enclosures for broadcast and professional audio/video applications, announced that it will exhibit its full line of products at the upcoming NAB 2008 show in Las Vegas, to be held April 14-17.

At the show, the company will introduce an array of rack mountable shelf options for its E-Rack and Presentation racks. The new offering features a range of sturdy clamp shelves and cantilevered shelves designed for broadcast and professional A/V installations. Stantron says its clamp shelves can be used to rack mount products that were not originally designed to be rack-mounted.

There are two styles of shelves, one designed to support up to 25 lbs. and one that supports 50 lbs. Installation-friendly features include adjustable top and bottom clamping hardware, low compression set foam padding to ensure a secure grip, and pre-installed studs that eliminate fumbling with tiny hardware pieces. The sturdy, cantilevered shelves are made from steel or aluminum material and are available in solid, vented and mini-cantilevered design.

Also at NAB 2008, Stantron will debut its aluminum and steel filler panels. These rack mount panels are designed to block open spaces and provide a continuous and clean look to the front of the rack. The panels come in a range of styles and sizes and are compatible with Stantron's E-Rack and Presentation racks. Stantron manufactures both varieties of panels in solid, perforated, vertical slotted or horizontal slotted styles as well as solid flat designs. The aluminum filler panels come in a variety of finishes to complement existing equipment and rack configurations. The steel filler panels are available in four standard colors.

"We continue to respond to what broadcast integrators and engineers today require from a rack vendor. Providing functional products and a full range of accessories helps engineers in the design, integration and post-installation phases of their project," comments Dan Eder, president of Stantron. "By offering a complete rack solution with a variety of accessories up front, we're able to help reduce costs and time associated with the design and procurement process for the integrator. In this way we increase our value to our customers by ensuring that they get systems that fit together and work well for years to come."

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