Primacoustic Debuts Three Mounting Tools for Panels and Clouds

Company introduces Corkscrew, SlipNot and Helix
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VANCOUVER, B.C.�Primacoustic has announced three new products that are designed to hang acoustic baffles and clouds: the Corkscrew, SlipNot and Helix.

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The Corkscrew (shown at right) creates a vertical baffle using any type of Broadway or Paintable panel. With a spring-shaped tensioned steel eye-screw, the Corkscrew can twist into the edge of the panel for overhead placement.

The SlipNot is a suspension cable system that combines aircraft steel rope with a cam-style releasable hook for height adjustment at one end and an eye-sling at the other. Using either the Corkscrew or Helix, a person can attach the sling to a suspension point and clip the hook onto the Primacoustic cloud or baffle.

The Helix is a zinc die-cast device an eye hole and a screw that can twist into the panel to transform any Primacoustic panel into an acoustic cloud, which is then hung using the SlipNot suspension system.

All three mounting tools are now available for shipping.