Stewart Filmscreen® Cima NT motorized projection screens deliver performance, value, and flexibility to applications requiring strict budget adherence and image integrity.
Launching at InfoComm15, June 13–19 in Orlando, Florida (booth #2821), the new Cima NT above- or below-ceiling ElectriScreen
models deliver the durability, image quality and aesthetics for which Stewart is famous.
Designed and manufactured in the USA by Stewart Filmscreen and available in standard sizes and aspect ratios from 92 to 164
inches (diagonal), Cima NT ElectriScreens are ideal for boardrooms and classrooms, and are especially compelling for
large-scale applications where multiple screens are required and budgets may be limited.
“Cima NT non-tensioned ElectriScreens are ideal for many commercial environments where the cost of the screen is a key consideration,
yet performance and image quality remain paramount,” says Grant Stewart, CEO and President of Stewart Filmscreen. “With
these new models, Stewart Filmscreen delivers an even more comprehensive line that allows the company to serve as a single
source projection screen supplier. Now, installers, integrators, and technology managers have options that provide total
flexibility in choosing the best Stewart Filmscreen product for any environment, application, and now also, price point.”
Engineered to feature the perfect balance of exceptional uniformity, performance and affordability, the Cima line delivers
robust build quality, quiet electric motors and finely machined roller tubes that ensure years of dependable operation,
keeping total cost of ownership to a minimum. The high-grade, extruded aluminum case elegantly supports the screen system
and its inner components, protecting it from dust, dirt, and other environmental factors that can shorten the life of
a projection screen system.
The Cima NT AC ElectriScreen is a non-tensioned above ceiling ElectriScreen, whereas the Cima NT BC ElectriScreen is a non-tensioned
below ceiling ElectriScreen. All Cima NT models feature Stewart’s proprietary adjustable black drop. Every screen will
include additional black masking that can be reset at the job site. This makes specification much simpler.
The addition of these new non-tensioned Cima models serves to broaden Stewart’s line providing more extensive options to
suit a broader range of projects. Brought to market in direct response to requests from the field, Cima NT both fills
a void and provides exciting opportunities.
InfoComm15 attendees are invited to visit Stewart Filmscreen booth#2821 to see the company’s new line of high-performance
Cima NT ElectriScreens in action.