DL12XL – LINAK launches an extra-large column for display and monitor stands
1700 mm – the fully extracted length for the new inline column, DL12XL. Made primarily for large monitors and displays, the new column increases the use of screen movement in auditoriums and other large assembly facilities.
Product News: Thursday, January 26, 2017
The biggest product line gets even bigger
LINAK has vast experience in developing electric linear actuators such as lifting columns, and it has been our core business for more than 30 years. Today, this results in the biggest products on the market, including a whole series of XL columns.
The XL series now expands with the launch of the DL12XL. This particular column is an extension of this product line, but it still differs from other XL series products being an inline column. The absence of the usual motor house allows designers more freedom than usual.
“As always, we strive to make our products elegant and discrete so that they will not compromise the manufacturer´s overall design,” says Product Manager, Birgitte Holm-Melin.
PIEZOTM technology as standard
The DL12XL comes with PIEZO technology coming standard. This anti-collision feature ensures that any obstruction when raising or lowering the display or monitor, halts and reverses to avoid collision. The PIEZO sensor is completely integrated in the column with no visible changes and no extra mounting.
The specially developed LINAK technology is known from adjustable office desks around the world, where it prevents damage if obstacles are in the way of moving tabletops.
By choosing the DL12XL, you get:
- Low built-in dimensions and long stroke length
- Standard PIEZO technology
- Sleek and discrete inline design
- Load: 600 N/leg
- Stroke length: 999 mm
- Built-in dim: 700 mm
For further information, please contact your local LINAK subsidiary or distributor.
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Updated: Thursday, January 26, 2017 2:55 PM