STEEL FRAMES FOR OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITIONS
The photo frames described here are designed to expose, outdoor and in security, photographic and graphic images in the form of panels.
Following the success of the iron frames for outdoor photography exhibitions, available even for night exhibitions, and in order to reduce the cost of construction, high due to the nature of the exhposition, we designed these new steel frames.
These display stands for exhibitions are now made in satin stainless steel, modular mounting, with integrated ballast and are supplied in a turnkey package including rental and halogen headlights.
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Vandal-resistant, self-supporting, halogen lighting
◊ bases ballasted.
◊ canopy for partial protection from the weather.
◊ clean and functional design.
◊ vandal-resistant construction
◊ perimeter protection of graphic panels, can be used on vertical or horizontal format.
◊ night lighting system with timer and 150W halogen at optimal angle.
◊ electrification of the area, without obstacles and impediments at ground level.
◊ support for optional captions, mounted on the base ballast.
Dimensions and weights are approximate
◊ Total height: 346 cm.
◊ canopy height: 250 cm.
◊ height position of halogen spotlights: 300 cm.
◊ size of the panels on display: 850x 1250 mm.
◊ thickness of the panels on display: 8 mm max (total for two-sided).
◊ structure weight: about 160kg.
The photographic or graphics panels to be displayed can be made of aluminum, Alubond (aluminum sandwich) or Forex. The choice of media is influenced by economic factors and, in summer time, by the outdoor temperature (Forex most suffers the high summer temperatures).
Photographs and images on display must be made for outdoor use, using an appropriate punting technology or anti-UV lamination that does not allow water infiltration between the image and the media.
The external dimensions of the panels must be strictly 850x1250 mm. This dimension ensures a tolerance of 5mm on the perimeter of support, allowing the normal expansion of the materials.
The thickness of the two-sided panel or the total thickness of the two panels mounted double-sided should not exceed 10mm
The frames are equipped with a vertical extension (h 346 cm) which is used, by means of the tension of a steel cable, to support, in an almost horizontal position the cables required for electrical lighting.
The arrangement of the frames must therefore reflect a certain orthogonality which allows to realize an aesthetically clean aerial wiring.
The distance between the frames is an average of 400 cm (between image and image facing). This allows a correct view of the photographs in relation to the size of the images and allows you to not over-extend overhead wiring.
To realize the colophon of the exhibition and other explanatory texts is of course possible to use two or more frames.
At the base of the frame there is a ballast in the shape of inverted "V" that is also used to present any captions. The location is optimal for both the angle of illumination and the position with respect to the panel. Of course, according to the quantity of expected text, it is necessary to size the font appropriately so that the user, who normally is positioned at 1,5-2 meters away from the image, can read the text without difficulty.
The minimum size is 52 cm x 33h. The maximum size is 65 x 50h. It is also possible to use intermediate sizing compatible with the docking system.
The captions are normally made with an inkjet printing on boack Forex black, with a thickness of 3-5 mm depending on the size. In the summer months, where the heat can expand the Forex excessively, you should instead use an aluminum or a Alubond / Dibond.
For a quote, you should specify:
◊ The number of frames (each frame is two-sided and therefore supports 2 photos)
◊ The period and the approximate duration of the exposition you want to achieve.
◊ The site of exposition.
◊ Any other needs (prints, captions, opening ...)
In THIS PAGE You can download the data sheet of the exhibition frames.