Hafele to show newest in connector, LED lighting at AWFS Fair
July 11, 2017 | 8:24 am CDT
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LAS VEGAS – Hafele America Co. will show the latest in its connector and LED lighting technologies at AWFS Fair July 19-22.

“The difference between a good project and a great project is in the details―the craftsmanship of a hinge, handle or pull-out,” said Paul K. Smith, president of Hafele America Co. “That’s what woodworkers know Hafele for and that’s exactly what we’re bringing to this year’s AWFS Fair across all the product categories we offer.”

Hafele’s AWFS booth will feature new connectors such as Hafele’s new Spreading Connector SC 8/25, plug and play Loox LED lighting for cabinets, drawers and shelves, or patent pending kitchen organization such as the new Fineline kitchen accessories.

The new Spreading Connector SC 8/25 can be used to put together small furniture. After drilling some holes, no tools, glue or clamps are needed to assemble smaller pieces of furniture. The SC 8/25 even earned the Best of Best award at this year’s interzum trade show.

Hafele’s Loox LED lighting includes fully flexible and customizable recess mounted lights, LED ribbon and LED silicone ribbon. The ability to put efficient task, accent and ambient light has inspired innovation and brought new functionality to kitchen, bath, closet and furniture design.

Hafele’s AWFS display will include a wide array of products bring order to the kitchen such as the Fineline ecosystem of kitchen organization products and Hailo US Cargo 18 waste bin system. New for closets is the Italian-styled Coloma Closet & Storage System which floats clothes while hiding the hardware. See Hafele at Booth #4422 at the 2017 AWFS Fair. See http://www.hafele.com.

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