Mounting Methods

A variety of standard as well as special mounting methods are available to suit virtually any installation.

Standard Mounting Methods
Flush Mount with Studs (ST)

Projected Mount with Studs and Spacers (PM)

Threaded studs are recommended for concealed flush mounting to solid walls. Bonding cement or silicone adhesive secures the studs within the drilled holes. Full-scale paper templates to show spacing and mounting hole locations are available for installation.

Waterjet-cut letters 1/4″ or thicker are drilled and tapped for threaded studs. For materials less than 1/4″ thick, studs are spot-welded on the back. Studs are not recommended on material thickness of 1/16″ or less due to “dimpling”. Standard welded stud length is 1-1/2″.

Letters are projected away from the wall with aluminum spacers. Spacers help to level the front surfaces of letters mounted to uneven wall surfaces and restrict dirt, water and ice from accumulating behind the letters. Standard spacer lengths: 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″, 3/4″ and 1″.