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New customisable CI rack solutions from OmniMount

test 25 August 2009

The Viking Series features the RSF Floor Rack System and the RSF.5 Floor Half-Rack System. According to OmniMount Systems, the new product lineís professional grade rack systems and accessories for managing components ìgive an organised and polished look to any custom installî.

The customisable Viking Series rack systems feature standard 19-inch rack enclosures to accommodate a wide range of audio and video components. Each product includes vented cooling for easy placement in closets and against walls, shelf clamps to secure components, integrated cable management for routing bundles up to three inches, and multiple customisation accessories to enhance ease of installation. The systems feature removable handles and ship fully assembled for immediate out-of-the-box use.

The RSF is a 30-space rack with four 2U space shelves, one 5U space shelf and five 2U space vented blanks. It supports up to 453.6 kg, with the 2U shelves supporting up to 22.7 kg, while the 5U shelf supports up to 45.4 kg. A caster base provides easy placement inside closets or against walls.

The RSF.5 is a heavy-duty floor half-rack system that is said to be ideal for applications where a full-size rack isnít needed. It is a 16-space rack, with three 2U space shelves and three 2U space vented blanks. It supports up to 226.8 kg, while the 2U shelf supports up to 22.7 kg. A caster base provides easy placement inside closets or against walls.

Casting a glance over the current European CI market conditions, Neil Curry ñ managing director EMEA for OmniMount Systems ñ told IE Residential: ìDespite the heavy global recession many of the custom installers we deal with feel that things in the sector have been a little better than expected. But obviously they are still eager for more green shoots. OmniMount hopes that the Viking Rack range of products can help fill a void in the market for racks that are delivered ready-built. In the current economic climate such labour-, and therefore cost-saving designs are at a premium.î

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