Project Description

Hoff Display is an elegant freestanding display that is inexpensive to install, easy to update and flexible enough to work in nearly any environment. Hoff Display is built around a rugged satin anodized aluminum base which supports a single or double insert topped by an aluminum cap.

Inserts are available in tempered glass or a variety of custom materials. In addition accessories can be mounted to the panels including poster holders, shelves, and leaflet dispensers. The system can be updated without special tools.

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Hoff Display

Technical Information

    Frame components: aluminum extrusion, clear satin anodized finish
    Panels: 2 pc. 3/16” thick or 1 pc. 3/8″ thick tempered glass; alternate rigid substrates available in varied thicknesses

    Printed media: posters / digitally printed graphics
    Custom graphic treatments: etched glass, silk screening, applied vinyl

    Glass: held in place by pressure applied at base and top, secured by single set screw at each end
    Graphics: held in place between glass panels

    Painted frame components: to match any specified color
    Decorative base end covers Leaflet, brochure, product holder
    Fixed floor mount

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