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Mirror & Art Lifts to hide your TV

You have already placed your flat screen on your wall but now want to hide it.  These innovative lifts allow you to either hide it behind a piece of art or a crystal clear mirror.

You may have seen  TV art lifts before but the quality of this device surpasses them all.


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HMTV Art Lift

Stylish lift for use with Art, Mirrors or Panels to Conceal TVs. This high quality sliding lift can match the quality movement of this electronic lift. At the press of a button, the art slides up, down or sideways to reveal the TV. There are no visible tracks. The selection of art, panels, or even mirrors is from your personal collection.

Press the Remote control to operate┘

The ideal way to conceal TVs with original art, panels or mirrors.This systems are offered in UP/DOWN and LEFT/RIGHT configurations.  

 

Features

  • Noise Level <37dBA (silent operation)
  • Precision: .0625″ ; Load: 70lbs
  • Simple hanging of client art/panel; Fine adjustment of art placement
  • Movement Options: up/ down/ left/ or right/
  • Only 3.5″ (90mm) depth required for recess mounting
  • For more details about this innovative product, please contact us.

HMTV Dual Art Lift

Innovative Dual Sliding Lift for using  Art, Mirrors or Panels to Conceal TVs. This mechanism has a near silent movement. 2 separate pieces of complementary art slide outwards to reveal the TV. Typically 2 wrapped canvases are used, but it can be 2 framed artworks, mirrors or panels. 

Press the Remote control to operate┘

Features

  • Noise Level <37dBA (silent operation)
  • Precision .0625″ (1.6mm) ; Load: 40lbs per Panel
  • Simple hanging of client art/panel
  • Fine adjustment of art placement
  • Movement: Split left-right
  • Only 3.5″ (89mm) depth required for recess mounting

 

 

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