The TV Shield Expands Display Location And Protection Options

The TV Shield has been created to be suitable for both indoor and outdoor TV protection offering a uniquely designed, universal and secure TV enclosure, suitable for almost any kind of flat screen television.

The specially designed casing offers an affordable alternative to an expensive dedicated exterior TVs, allowing installers to deliver, protect and secure most televisions in almost any environment.

The TV Shield’s casing can be easily opened to give optimum viewing and its creators say the end-user gets peace of mind because the casing itself is shatterproof, dust-proof and weather-proof.

For greater security the Display Shield offers a secure bolt down screen to protect the TV and display units that require a higher level of security, whilst still offering all the benefits of the TV shield. With thermostatically controlled fans and heaters available, installers can also protect the equipment in almost any environment.

The engineering and design of the products ensures that all movable parts, or those that are exposed to a moveable part, have a water-resistant seal.

Of course, this will prevent water ingress or egress from the unit, but it also prevents other elements from passing through such as dirt, dust, snow or rain.

The products are a good fit for delivering results in the growing exterior AV sector in domestic and commercial settings and also suited to commercial reception areas or information hubs.

The maker offers two main products choices. The TV Shield is the weatherproof, secure and robust protective outdoor TV enclosure and digital signage cabinet that was researched, designed, engineered and is manufactured in the USA and the Display Shield is an affordable indoor and outdoor digital display enclosure that offers comprehensive protection for digital signage, displays or TVs.

It is described as the most cost effective, light weight, weatherproof display enclosure on the market for protecting signage investments in almost any environment.

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