Poster displays, like these 14 x 22 graphics holders, are used to creatively attract outdoor customers into store locations. These stands are top loading and graphics can be easily changed by simply sliding out the existing banner and replacing it with a new creation! These custom menu holders, 14 x 22 poster displays that are used as a notice board measure 58-3/4" tall! This size is the perfect height when attempting to reach consumers with pertinent information at eye level! These menu stands, poster displays that can hold a double-sided sign provide accommodation for 14" x 22" banner signs that measure up to 1/4" thick! The board is larger than the actual visible area, these metal frames hold 14-1/4" x 20-3/4" custom graphics!
The name of the Langley V/STOL tunnel was changed to the Langley 4 X 7-Meter Tunnel in the early 1980s when NASA stressed the use of the International System of units and renamed a number of facilities. A major facility upgrade was accomplished in 1984 when modifications were installed to improve the tunnel flow quality and further expand its capabilities for acoustic and rotorcraft testing. In the early 1990s the name of the tunnel was again changed to its current designation of the Langley 14 X 22- Foot Tunnel. Further improvements to the facility have included a new tunnel test automation system, new model carts in 1999, and replacement of the main drive motor in 2001.
As one of the premier low-speed wind tunnels in the NASA inventory since its opening, the 14 X 22-Foot Subsonic Tunnel has been the site of a broad range of aerodynamic tests for NASA, industry, DoD, and academia including aircraft, rotorcraft, structures, and various types of ground vehicles. In addition to regularly scheduled test programs, the tunnel has also been adapted for specialized test previously conducted in the Langley including free-flight tests and forced-oscillation tests.