The core component of the Roller Track mounting system is our Roller Track Rail. Made in the USA from anodized aluminium, this track can be attached not only to walls but also many other surfaces and structures when used in conjunction with accessories. The 192D Bracket Clamps facilitate attachment to heavy duty poles, while RT Clamp Blocks are designed to install the rail on vertical struts.
The rail is designed to support an assortment of repositionable and sliding trolley mounts that provide monitors and other equipment varying degrees of mobility and adjustability. Flush Mounts are a family of low-profile VESA compatible solutions, whereas SERIES-118 Mount Kits (e.g., MKIT-M2 and MKIT-N2) interface with a large catalog of mounting devices, such as height adjustable and articulating arms.
To ensure proper track clearance, any fasteners used to secure the rail to it’s mounting surface should be attached on the outside flanges. We offer a set of clamp extrusions to cover any unwanted visible fastener heads. Both the clamp extrusions and the rail can be cut down to a desired length after purchase.
Contact an Ergomart product specialist with any questions you may have regarding custom rail lengths and color options.
Our RT Rail comes default in anodized metallic gray, with anodized black available as an option. Mounting hardware should only be mounted to the outside flange, not the inside of the track itself to ensure proper clearance.
The Roller Track is available in three standard lengths of 39", 78", and 156". The rail can be cut down after purchase to shorter lengths during installation to fit your specific mounting needs.
Each of our heavy duty anodized aluminum RT Rails includes 2 end caps and 2 stops to ensure proper containment of trolley mounts and their payload. The ends of the Roller Track are drilled and tapped to allow the installation of the end caps and end stops.
When the Roller Track is shortened on site to fit specific workspace requirements, the end that is shortened will require re-drilling and re-tapping to ensure the end stop functions properly.