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SOURCE: Outwater Plastics + Architectural Products by Outwater
Outwater’s highly efficient LED Crystal Light Box for Cable Shelving Hardware Systems is an economical and easy way to backlight your graphics, posters and promotional messages without any shadows or scalloping, ensuring that your promotional piece will always look its best.
Bogota, NJ (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
Outwater’s [Outwater Plastics Industries, Inc. + Architectural Products by Outwater, LLC] highly efficient LED Crystal Light Box for Cable Shelving Hardware Systems is an economical and easy way to backlight your graphics, posters and promotional messages without a visible power supply. An ultra slim design enables Outwater’s LED Crystal Light Box to be installed anywhere without taking up an appreciable amount of floor space. Designed not only to provide even light dispersion, but to also offer the clarity of an LCD Light Box at fraction of the cost, Outwater’s LED Crystal Light Box will uniformly backlight your message without any shadows or scalloping, ensuring that your promotional piece will always look its best.
Infinitely adjustable, virtually invisible and perceptibly open so as to most effectively and efficiently enable showcased items to be creatively “suspended” in a variety of aesthetically appealing configurations in any type of setting, Outwater’s new line of easy-to-install Cable Shelving Hardware is a cost-effective and attractive alternative to conventional, view-impeding shelving.
Outwater’s Crystal Light Box for Cable Shelving Hardware includes suspended floor to ceiling cables, doubled sided acrylic sign holders with hardware and a transformer.
Suitable for residential or commercial use in floor to ceiling, wall to wall, and wall to floor applications, Outwater’s Cable Shelving Hardware is offered in different kits with supplementary sleek fittings and connectors.
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About Outwater [Outwater Plastics Industries, Inc. + Architectural Products by Outwater, LLC]: Outwater can be contacted Toll Free at 1-800-631-8375 (For sales and product information in the USA & Canada) / 1-201-498-8750 (For sales and product information outside of the USA & Canada) or viewed online at http://www.outwater.com
From the vendor of a single product in August 1972, Outwater Plastics Industries, Inc. + Architectural Products by Outwater, LLC, with sales and distribution facilities in New Jersey and Arizona, are recognized today as well established international manufacturers and stocking distributors of more than 65,000 standard and innovative component products required by woodworkers, cabinet and furniture manufacturers, builders, remodelers, designers, architects, point-of-purchase and display fixturing manufacturers, OEM's, as well as a very diversified range of other commercial and retail end users.
Major Product Categories include Plastic & Aluminum Extrusions; Lighting and Lighting Accessories; Furniture, Cabinet & Store Fixture Components; Knobs & Pulls; Casters; Fasteners; Laminates; The FOGA Exhibit & Display Fastening System; The Klem Connector; Literature Displays; Slatwall; Sign Holders; P.O.P Components; Display Motors & Turntables; Pedestals; Injection Molded Parts; Brass Tubing & Fittings; Surfacing Materials; Interior & Exterior Polymer & Wood Architectural Mouldings & Millwork; ORAC DECOR and DEM Architectural Mouldings & Millwork; Columns & Capitals; Balustrading; Wrought Iron Components; Decorative Stamped Steel & Polymer Ceiling Panels; Wainscoting; Wall Coverings; Fireplace Surrounds; Plastic "Glass" Block; Plaster Architectural Elements; Period & Contemporary Hardware; Kitchen & Bath Accessories; Kitchen & Bath Cabinetry and Vanities… and so much more!
Joey Shimm, Director of Marketing
Outwater Plastics Industries, Inc. + Architectural Products by Outwater, LLC
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