The Wall Mounted Banner System allows you to display your full-colour banner onto a wall so that it projects out at a right-angle. This is ideal for many shops and businesses and provides an eye-catching display.
The double-sided banner is securely held at the top and tensioned at the bottom with strong springs. Projecting out, your banner will be visible to pedestrians and traffic travelling in either direction past your business.
Steel Supports and Heavy Duty Fixings
The system consists of two steel main support poles which are fixed onto the wall, two tensioner bars, 2 quicklinks, 2 heavy-duty spring tensioners, and 6 Ankerbolt fixings.*
Systems are available in sizes 45cm, 60cm and 90cm.
Supports are supplied as standard in black or white powder coating. The coating is designed to last many years outside in the elements. Let us know if you would like the fittings in a standard RAL colour instead (additional lead times and costs may apply).
*Fixings are supplied for convenience but do not imply suitability. It is the installer’s responsibility to assess suitability dependent on the wall type.
Tough Double-Sided Wall Mounted Banner
Banners for this system are printed onto our tough 650gsm Double-Sided PVC Banner material. You can have the same image on each side or a different image on each side.
We recommend that your banner height does not exceed 3 metres, to allow for wind-loading.
Add Lighting Kits
Our 10w LED Lighting Kits will add that finishing touch to your projecting banners. Each lighting kit includes two 10w LED floodlights which will fit to the top or bottom of your projecting banner kit. A single lighting kit should be sufficient for banners up to 1.5metres long, but for longer banners we would suggest 2 lighting kits as both an up & down lighting arrangement.
Do I Need Planning Permission?
Different councils in the UK have different Guidelines on the display of advertisements and banners. Generally, anything below the size of 0.6m is OK. Anything bigger is best checked with the local council first before you purchase a system or install it. If other businesses in your immediate area have similar signage, there is a good chance you will be allowed.