SI Makes Installing New Screens an ‘EZ-snap’
SI Screens' EZ-snap system for installations, which takes only minutes and ensures error-free tensioning, is now shipping.
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SI Screens’ EZ-snap sliding attachment points
December 05, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

SI Screens wants to make your screen installation a snap.

The company is now shipping its “EZ-snap” frames for its Reference and Performance Series projector screens, helping you cut down on the amount of time spent fumbling around with the installation.

The system works pretty basically, with sliding attachment points used to reduce the errors that you may get with fixed snap points on your fixed frames and metal tensioning screen systems.

EZ-snap installs in minutes, according to SI, with improved uniformity of perimeter tension so you don’t get any screen sag over time that will affect the sweet image you’re projecting. The company says it also provides for an option to curve the frame—you’ll get great uniformity from your projector to all points of the screen that way.

EZ-snap is also a universal system, so if you wanted to upgrade to the company’s new Black Diamond or Weave screen materials it really is a snap—and only a few minutes to make the switch.

Check out www.siscreens.com for more.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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