Chief Kontour K1C Quad 2x2 Monitor Dynamic Column Mount (White)

BH #CHK1C420W • MFR #K1C420W
Chief Kontour K1C Quad 2x2 Monitor Dynamic Column Mount (White)
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Chief K1C420W Overview

The enhanced Kontour K1C Dynamic Height-Adjustable Column Mounts are the perfect solutions for the office, healthcare facilities or home. K1C mounts provide the maximum amount of both dynamic and manual height adjustment for the ultimate ergonomic solution. And best-in-class weight capacity range makes specification simple!
Key enhancements have been made to Chief's patented Centris Extreme Tilt technology for effortless fingertip monitor positioning. Kontour monitor mounts float your displays in the optimal ergonomic position above your work surface to create a more productive and comfortable work environment.

Key Features

  • Best-in-class weight capacity range of 5 to 25 lbs. makes specification simple
  • Sleek, solidly-constructed forged aluminum arms in subtle silver & black finishes
  • Enhanced column interface enables easy upgrades from single- to dual- or triple-monitor installations without impacting the existing installation, future-proofing your investment
  • Easily clamps to edge of desk, through standard grommet hole, or through bolt hole with included kit
  • Tool-free cable management covers for a clean, professional look
UPC: 841872171388

Chief K1C420W Specs

General
MaterialAluminum
ColorWhite
AV Furniture
TypeDesk mount
DesignAdjustable arm
Recommended Use4 LCD displays
VESA Mounting Interface100 x 100 mm, 75 x 75 mm
Cable ManagementIntegrated cable management
Recommended Display Size10"-36"
Tilt-10° to 75°
Lift12.99 in
AdjustmentsHeight, tilt
Max Load Weight20 lbs
Min Load Weight5.1 lbs
TAA CompliantYes
DetailsGas spring lift, portrait orientation, landscape orientation
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