T3 Shell-Kit

T3 Shell-Kit modular display system uses our specially designed clamp, to fit both Airframe and Fabframe to shell scheme stands. The T3 clamp comes with three fixings to give it maximum flexibility between the various aluminium shell scheme systems that are in use throughout the world without the need for tools.

Incredibly compact, the T3 Shell-Kit sits just 60mm away from the shell scheme wall, maximising your valuable floor space, allowing you, more space to create an inviting exhibition stand to really showcase your products.

T3 Shell-Kit has been designed with budget in mind. By using a specially designed T3 clamp, shell scheme spaces can be converted and clad to create seamless, yet professional, display environments. T3 Shell-Kit framework can be used with rollable, rigid or fabric graphics.

Uniquely designed, T3 Shell-Kit can be broken down into manageable lengths for ease of transport. This means the average 3m x 3m shell scheme display can fit into a bag over your shoulder.

Benefits: maximization of floor space, ease of transport, speed of build and lightweight.

Create: stunning exhibition stands and media/interview backdrops.

Why use a Pop Up when you can save money and floor space by using T3 Shell-Kit?

T3 Shell-Kit is extremely compact allowing you to create professional displays and maximizing your exhibition floor space.

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We will transform your sketch into a presentation-ready CAD visual and quote within 24 hours. Then after you’ve won the project, we provide you with graphic panel plans and build drawings, for self-assembly or prebuild, at Tecna UK’s facility.

Email us at sales@tecnauk.com

To give you a helping hand, Tecna UK have developed a range of Shell-Kit display kits.

Complete the form below to download your complimentary copy today and discover the endless possibilities T3 can bring you.

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