Chief CMS-018024W 18-24" Speed-Connect Adjustable Extension Column (White)

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Chief CMS-018024W 18-24" Speed-Connect Adjustable Extension Column (White)
Key Features
  • For Ceiling Mounted Projectors
  • For Ceiling Mounted Flat Panel Displays
Threaded on both ends, the white Chief CMS-018024W is a 18 - 24" (45.7-60.9cm) adjustable extension column that can be used with any 1.5" NPT accessory to lower a projector or flat panel display to a desired height. Includes a continuously adjustable notch for length changes (1" increments) without disassembly, aluminum construction for fast and easy installation, and flow-through cable management with an integrated port for routing cables. Supports up to 500 pounds.
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Chief CMS-018024W 18-24" Speed-Connect Adjustable Extension Column (White)

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Chief CMS018024W Overview

Threaded on both ends, the white Chief CMS-018024W is a 18 - 24" (45.7-60.9cm) adjustable extension column that can be used with any 1.5" NPT accessory to lower a projector or flat panel display to a desired height. Includes a continuously adjustable notch for length changes (1" increments) without disassembly, aluminum construction for fast and easy installation, and flow-through cable management with an integrated port for routing cables. Supports up to 500 pounds.

Revolutionary notched design allows for lightning-fast height adjustments without disassembly
Aluminum construction for easier installation - also saves on shipping costs
Flow-through cable management with an integrated port on one end for routing cables
UPC: 841872104805

Chief CMS018024W Specs

Length18 to 24" / 45.7 to 61 cm
Threading1.5" NPT
Load Capacity500 lb / 227 kg
Material of ConstructionAluminum
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23.7 x 2.7 x 2.1"
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