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Feature Bespoke enclosures

ustom-made LCD enclosures from Armagard are being used to protect the screens which display tourist information and details of events, as well as promoting the county of Wiltshire, in Stonehenge’s new £27million state- of-the-art visitor centre.

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Bespoke enclosures from Armagard are being used in Stonehenge’s new visitor centre to protect the 60in screens used to display tourist information

to be subjected to extensive use due to the sheer volume of visitors, so the enclosures needed to provide complete protection against physical

impact The new 60in screens are expected

as well as penetration from elements such as water and dust. They also needed to be aesthetically pleasing, as they would provide the interior focal point at the visitor centre.

The 60in

enclosures are being used to

protect the screens from physical impact, water and dust

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To meet requirements, Armagard custom-made three 60in PDS enclo- sures in a custom grey finish. According to

the company, while

ensuring the screens are protected, the enclosures provide a modern contemporary look, making them an eye-catching centrepiece for the Stonehenge site’s new building. Mark Neal, managing director of Armagard, commented: “It’s a privi- lege to supply our products to the new Stonehenge visitor centre. Stonehenge is a well-know English and World Heritage Site and Armagard is proud to contribute to such an important project, as the new visitor centre will certainly alter the way in which this national treasure is perceived.”

Armagard manufactures PC, printer and digital signage enclosures to companies all over the world, with customers including Tesco, Cadbury and Ford. Its enclosures have also been installed at high profile locations such as the London 2012 Olympics, the

champi- onships, and The Ashes Cricket Tour.


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