US20100206829A1 - Product display - Google Patents

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US20100206829A1
US20100206829A1 US12/371,031 US37103109A US2010206829A1 US 20100206829 A1 US20100206829 A1 US 20100206829A1 US 37103109 A US37103109 A US 37103109A US 2010206829 A1 US2010206829 A1 US 2010206829A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47FSPECIAL FURNITURE, FITTINGS, OR ACCESSORIES FOR SHOPS, STOREHOUSES, BARS, RESTAURANTS OR THE LIKE; PAYING COUNTERS
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47FSPECIAL FURNITURE, FITTINGS, OR ACCESSORIES FOR SHOPS, STOREHOUSES, BARS, RESTAURANTS OR THE LIKE; PAYING COUNTERS
    • A47F1/00Racks for dispensing merchandise; Containers for dispensing merchandise
    • A47F1/04Racks or containers with arrangements for dispensing articles, e.g. by means of gravity or springs
    • A47F1/12Racks or containers with arrangements for dispensing articles, e.g. by means of gravity or springs dispensing from the side of an approximately horizontal stack

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A product display includes an elongated member having at least one channel extending in a direction substantially parallel with the length of the member, a product support engaged with the elongated member, and a product divider engaged with the elongated member. At least one of the product support and the product divider is at least partially received within the channel. The product support and the product divider are independently movable relative to one another along the length of the elongated member to adjust the respective positions of the product support and the product divider relative to the elongated member.

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    FIELD OF THE INVENTION
  • The present invention relates to product displays, and more particularly to adjustable product displays.
  • BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • Many different configurations and designs of product displays are available. Some product displays are specifically configured or sized for particular products, while others are adjustable to accommodate a wide variety of products. Some product displays incorporate product support surfaces that are substantially horizontal or parallel with the ground, while other product displays incorporate product support surfaces that are inclined relative to the ground to facilitate “fronting” of the products in the product display. Some product displays incorporating inclined product support surfaces include a plurality of rollers (e.g., spherical or cylindrical rollers) to further facilitate product fronting in the product display.
  • SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • The present invention provides, in one aspect, a product display including an elongated member having at least one channel extending in a direction substantially parallel with the length of the member, a product support engaged with the elongated member, and a product divider engaged with the elongated member. At least one of the product support and the product divider is at least partially received within the channel. The product support and the product divider are independently movable relative to one another along the length of the elongated member to adjust the respective positions of the product support and the product divider relative to the elongated member.
  • The present invention provides, in another aspect, a product display including a frame having a front and a rear, an elongated member secured to one of the front and rear of the frame, a product support engaged with the elongated member for movement along the length of the elongated member, and a product divider engaged with the elongated member for movement along the length of the elongated member. The product support and the product divider are independently movable relative to one another along the length of the elongated member to adjust the respective positions of the product support and the product divider relative to the elongated member.
  • The present invention provides, in yet another aspect, a product display including at least one upright, a frame supported on the upright and having a front and a rear, an elongated member secured to one of the front and rear of the frame and having first and second parallel channels extending in a direction along the length of the elongated member, a plurality of product supports at least partially received in the first channel for movement along the length of the member, and a plurality of product dividers at least partially received in the second channel for movement along the length of the elongated member independently of the product supports. The product supports can be configured to form product support surfaces of varying widths.
  • Other features and aspects of the invention will become apparent by consideration of the following detailed description and accompanying drawings.
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  • FIG. 1 is a front perspective view of a first embodiment of a product display of the present invention.
  • FIG. 2 is an exploded, front perspective view of the product display of FIG. 1.
  • FIG. 3 is an enlarged view of an individual product support and a unitized product support of the product display of FIG. 1.
  • FIG. 4 is an enlarged, front perspective view of a product divider of the product display of FIG. 1.
  • FIG. 5 is an enlarged, partial cross-sectional view of the product display of FIG. 1 through line 5-5 in FIG. 1.
  • FIG. 6 is an enlarged, partial cross-sectional view of the product display of FIG. 1 through line 6-6 in FIG. 1.
  • FIG. 7 is an exploded, front perspective view of a second embodiment of a product display of the present invention.
  • FIG. 8 is an assembled, enlarged, partial cross-sectional view of the front of the product display of FIG. 7.
  • FIG. 9 is an assembled, enlarged, partial cross-sectional view of the rear of the product display of FIG. 7.
  • Before any embodiments of the invention are explained in detail, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited in its application to the details of construction and the arrangement of components set forth in the following description or illustrated in the following drawings. The invention is capable of other embodiments and of being practiced or of being carried out in various ways. Also, it is to be understood that the phraseology and terminology used herein is for the purpose of description and should not be regarded as limiting. The use of “including,” “comprising,” or “having” and variations thereof herein is meant to encompass the items listed thereafter and equivalents thereof as well as additional items.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION
  • A first embodiment of a product display 10 is shown in FIG. 1. As described in more detail below, the product display 10 may be configured or adapted to support different width products using one or more modular product supports 14 (see FIG. 2). In the illustrated construction of the product display 10, a first row 18 of products is supported by four unitized product supports 14 to create a “four-wide” unitized product support 20, a second row 22 of products is supported by three unitized product supports 14 to create a “three-wide” unitized product support 24, and a third and fourth row 26, 30 of products are supported, respectively, by two unitized product supports 14 to create two “two-wide” unitized product supports 28 (see FIG. 1). The remaining rows of products are supported by a single product support 14, which may or may not be interconnected to an adjacent product support 14 in a similar manner as the unitized products supports 20, 24, 28. Alternatively, the product display 10 may be configured in any of a number of different ways to support different width products thereon.
  • With continued reference to FIG. 1, the product display 10 is oriented at an incline with respect to a support surface (e.g., the ground) to facilitate gravity-feeding or “fronting” of the products supported on the product display 10. To facilitate fronting of the products, each of the product supports 14 includes a plurality of rollers 34 (discussed in more detail below) upon which the products slide to reduce the friction between the products and the product supports 14. As such, when a customer removes a forward-most product in a particular row, the weight of each of the remaining products positioned behind the forward-most product causes the remaining products to slide forward such that the next product in line assumes the position of the forward-most product in the row. Alternatively, the product supports 14 may be configured having flat surfaces upon which the products slide rather than the plurality of rollers 34.
  • With reference to FIG. 2, the product display 10 is supported by a frame 38 which, in turn, is supported by one or more uprights 42 of a shelving system. The frame 38 is configured having a plurality of non-cylindrical interconnected frame members (e.g., stamped sheet metal frame members). Alternatively, the frame 38 may be constructed in any of a number of different ways. As shown in FIG. 1, each of the uprights 42 includes a plurality of slots spaced along the length of the upright 42 at equal increments, and the shelving system includes a bracket 50 matched with each upright 42 to interconnect opposite sides of the frame 38 with respective parallel uprights 42. With reference to FIG. 2, each of the brackets 50 includes a first pair of tabs or hooks 54 that are received in respective slots 46 in the upright 42 in a conventional manner to secure the bracket 50 to the upright 42. Further, each of the brackets 50 includes a second pair of tabs or hooks 58 that are received in corresponding slots (not shown) in the frame 38 in a conventional manner to secure the frame 38 to the bracket 50. As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the desired incline of the product display 10 is provided by the interconnection between the brackets 50 and the frame 38. Alternatively, other structure may be utilized to provide the desired incline of the product display 10 with respect to ground (e.g., a projection or wedge extending between the frame 38 and the product display 10).
  • With continued reference to FIG. 2, the product display 10 includes respective front and rear elongated members or rails 62, 66 between which each of the product supports 10 is positioned. As used herein, the front rail 62 corresponds with the front of the product display 10 that is in the direct line of sight of individuals viewing products situated on the product display 10, and the rear rail 66 corresponds with the rear of the product display 10, which would typically be hidden from the direct line of sight of individuals viewing products situated on the product display 10. Alternatively, the front and rear rails 62, 66 may be interchangeable. With reference to FIGS. 5 and 6, the front and rear rails 62, 66 each include a channel 70, 74 extending in a direction substantially parallel with the length of the respective front and rear rails 62, 66 in which opposite ends of the product supports 14 are received. Particularly, the front and rear rails 62, 66 are formed as extrusions, such that each of the channels 70, 74 extend the entire length of the respective rails 62, 66. As a result, the product supports 14 may be positioned between the respective rails 62, 66 at any incremental position along the length of the respective rails 62, 66. Each of the channels 70, 74 is at least partially defined by a lower projection or lip 78, 82 and an upper projection or lip 86, 90, the purpose of which is discussed in more detail below.
  • With reference to FIGS. 2 and 3, each of the product supports 14 includes a frame 94 and respective end caps 98 coupled to opposite ends of the frame 94. As discussed above, the frame 94 supports the plurality of rollers 34. As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the rollers 34 are configured as cylindrical rollers 34 rotatable about respective axes oriented transversely to the length of the product support 14. As such, rotation of the cylindrical rollers 34 about their respective axes imparts movement to products situated on the product support 14 in a direction along the length of the product support 14 (e.g., from the rear to the front of the product support 14, as oriented in the product display 10 shown in FIG. 1). The cylindrical rollers 34 may be rotatably supported by the frame 94 in any of a number of different ways (e.g., receiving axles of the cylindrical rollers 34 through respective apertures in opposite sides of the frame 94). Alternatively, the rollers 34 may be configured as spherical rollers having multiple degrees of freedom.
  • With reference to FIG. 3, each of the end caps 98 includes an insertion portion 102 having a rectangular cross-sectional shape that corresponds with a rectangular opening 106 in each end of the frame 94. Alternatively, the insertion portion 102 of each of the end caps 98 may have a different cross-sectional shape corresponding with any of a number of differently shaped openings in the frame 94. The insertion portion 102 of each of the end caps 98 is sized to provide an interference fit with the frame 94 when the insertion portion 102 is received in the frame opening 106 to secure the end caps 98 to the frame 94. Alternatively, the end caps 98 may be secured to the frame 94 in any of a number of different ways (e.g., using fasteners, adhesives, etc.). As yet another alternative, the end caps 98 may be integrally formed with the frame 94.
  • With continued reference to FIG. 3, each of the end caps 98 also includes a second insertion portion 110 opposite the first insertion portion 102. The insertion portion 110 of each end cap 98 has a cross-sectional shape that generally corresponds with the cross-sectional shapes of the channels 70, 74 in the respective front and rear rails 62, 66 (see FIGS. 5 and 6). Particularly, the insertion portion 110 of each end cap 98 includes a slot 114 oriented in a direction that is substantially parallel with the width of the end cap 98. Likewise, the lower lip 78, 82 of each of the rails 62, 66 has a cross-sectional shape corresponding to the cross-sectional shape of the slots 114 in the end caps 98. As a result, the corresponding cross-sectional shapes of the end cap insertion portions 110 and the channels 70, 74 in the front and rear rails 62, 66, respectively, facilitate sliding movement of the end caps 98 relative to the front and rear rails 62, 66 along the entire length of the channels 70, 74 while preventing withdrawal or removal of the end caps 98 from the channels 70, 74, respectively, in a direction substantially transverse to the length of the rails 62, 66.
  • With reference to FIG. 3, each of the end caps 98 also includes a locking member 118 on opposite sides of the end cap 98 to facilitate inter-engagement or interconnection of adjacent end caps 98 to unitize two or more product supports 14. In the illustrated construction of the end caps 98, the locking members 118 are configured as resiliently-deflectable tabs or fingers 122, 126 extending from opposite sides of the end cap 98. Specifically, the finger 122 on one side of the end cap 98 faces upwardly, while the finger 126 on the opposite side of the end cap 98 faces downwardly, allowing the end caps 98 to be arranged side-by-side and inter-engaged or interconnected by locking together an upwardly-facing finger 122 of one end cap 98 with a downwardly-facing finger 126 of an adjacent end cap 98. Each of the fingers 122, 126 includes an inclined surface 130 to facilitate deflection or pivoting of the fingers 122, 126 when unitizing two or more product supports 14. Alternatively, the locking members 118 may be configured in any of a number of different ways to provide inter-engagement or interconnection of adjacent end caps 98 when unitizing two or more product supports 14.
  • With reference to FIGS. 1 and 2, the product display 10 also includes a plurality of product dividers 134 coupled to and positioned between the respective front and rear rails 62, 66. The product dividers 134 are utilized to define and separate the adjacent rows of products on individual or unitized product supports 14. As shown in FIG. 1, a product divider 134 is positioned on either side of the first row 18 of products supported by the four-wide unitized product support 20, a product divider 134 is positioned on either side of the second row 22 of products supported by the three-wide unitized product support 24, and a product divider 134 is positioned on either side of the third row 26 and on either side of the fourth row 30 of products supported, respectively, by the two-wide unitized product supports 28. In addition, a product divider 134 is positioned on either side of the rows of products having only a single product support 14. Alternatively, the product dividers 134 may be omitted in an alternative configuration of the product display 10.
  • With reference to FIGS. 5 and 6, the front and rear rails 62, 66 each include a second channel 138, 142 to receive the front and rear bases 166 of the product dividers 134, as described in more detail below. The second channels 138, 142 extend in a direction substantially parallel with and along the entire length of the respective front and rear rails 62, 66. As a result, the product dividers 134 may be positioned between the respective rails 62, 66 at any incremental position along the length of the respective rails 62, 66. Each of the channels 138, 142 is at least partially defined by an upwardly-extending projection or lip 146, 150 and a downwardly-extending projection or lip 154, 158, the purpose of which is discussed in more detail below.
  • With reference to FIG. 4, each of the product dividers 134 includes a divider member 162 and a base 166 coupled to each end of the divider member 162. Each of the bases 166 includes an insertion portion 170 having a cross-sectional shape that generally corresponds with the cross-sectional shape of the channels 138, 142 in the respective front and rear rails 62, 66 (see FIGS. 5 and 6). Particularly, the insertion portion 170 of each base 166 includes an upwardly-facing slot 174 and a downwardly-facing slot 178, both of which are oriented in a direction that is substantially parallel with the length of the respective front and rear rails 62, 66. The cross-sectional shapes of the upwardly and downwardly-extending lips 146, 150, 154, 158 on the front and rear rails 62, 66 correspond to the cross-sectional shapes 174, 178 of the downwardly and upwardly-facing slots 178, 174 in the insertion portion 170 of each of the bases 166. As a result, the corresponding cross-sectional shapes of the base insertion portions 170 and the channels 138, 142 in the front and rear rails 62, 66, respectively, facilitate sliding movement of the product dividers 134 relative to the front and rear rails 62, 66 along the entire length of the channels 138, 142 while preventing withdrawal or removal of the bases 166 from the channels 138, 142, respectively, in a direction substantially transverse to the length of the rails 62, 66.
  • With reference to FIG. 4, the divider member 162 is configured as a wire having its opposite ends secured in the respective bases 166. Specifically, each of the bases 166 includes an aperture 182 through which one end of the divider member 162 is inserted. An interference fit between the end of the divider member 162 and the aperture 182 is sufficient to secure the divider member 162 to the bases 166. Alternatively, the divider member 162 may be secured to the bases 166 in any of a number of different ways (e.g., using fasteners, adhesives, etc.). As yet another alternative, the divider member 162 and the bases 166 may be integrally formed as a single piece to yield a one-piece product divider. As a further alternative, the divider member 162 may be configured as a wall or plate (e.g., sheet metal, plastic sheet, etc.) rather than the illustrated wire.
  • With continued reference to FIG. 4, each of the product dividers 134 may also include a divider wall 183 coupled to the divider member 162 to facilitate separation of adjacent rows of products. The divider wall 183 includes a plurality of curved, alternately-facing fingers 184 between which the divider member 162 is received as a snap-fit to support or suspend the divider wall 183 from the divider member 162. Alternatively, the divider wall 183 may include any of a number of different components or features with which to attach to the divider member 162. As a further alternative, the divider wall 183 may be oriented relative to the divider member 162 to extend substantially vertically or upwardly from the divider member 162. The divider wall 183 may be positioned on the divider member 162 near the front of the product display 10, near the rear of the product display 10, or between the front and rear of the product display 10. Alternatively, the divider wall 183 may have a different length than that shown in FIG. 4 to extend entirely from the front of the product display 10 to the rear of the product display 10. The divider walls 183 may also be employed for product branding, highlighting, or identification (e.g., using logos, wording, labels, colors, etc.).
  • With reference to FIG. 5, the front rail includes yet another channel 186 extending in a direction substantially parallel with the length of the front rail 62 in which information tags or labels (e.g., price tags; not shown) are received. Like the end cap-receiving channel 70 and the product divider-receiving channel 138, the channel 186 extends the entire length of the front rail 62. As a result, information tags or labels may be positioned at any incremental position along the length of the front rail 62. In the illustrated embodiment of the front rail 62, the information tag or label-receiving channel 186 is at least partially defined by an upwardly-extending projection or lip 194 and a downwardly-extending projection or lip 198. Alternatively, the information tag or label-receiving channel 186 may be defined by contiguous structure extending between the upwardly and downwardly-extending lips 194, 198 to provide an enclosure for the information tags or labels inserted into the channel 186. As yet a further alternative, the information tag or label-receiving channel 186 may be omitted from the front rail 62.
  • With continued reference to FIG. 5, the front rail 62 includes an upwardly-facing channel 202 extending in a direction substantially parallel with the length of the front rail 62 in which a retaining wall 206 is received (see also FIGS. 1 and 2). When coupled to the front rail 62, the retaining wall 206 provides a front stop to the forward-most products in each row of products. To facilitate viewing of the products behind the wall 206, the retaining wall 206 may be made from a transparent material (e.g., plastic or glass). Like the previously-described channels 70, 138, 186, the retaining wall-receiving channel 202 extends the entire length of the front rail 62. As a result, one or more retaining walls (having an overall length equal to or less than the retaining wall 206 shown in FIG. 1) may be positioned at any incremental position along the length of the front rail 62. An interference fit between the retaining wall 206 and the upwardly-facing channel 202 is sufficient to secure the retaining wall 206 to the front rail 62. Alternatively, the retaining wall 206 may be secured to the front rail 62 in any of a number of different ways (e.g., using fasteners, adhesives, etc.). As yet another alternative, the retaining wall 206 and the front rail 62 may be integrally formed as a single piece.
  • With reference to FIG. 6, the rear rail 66 includes an upwardly-facing channel 210 extending in a direction substantially parallel with the length of the rear rail 66 in which another retaining wall (not shown) may be received. Such a retaining wall would be substantially similar to the retaining wall 206 illustrated in FIGS. 1, 2, and 5, and could be secured to the rear rail 66 in substantially the same manner as the retaining wall 206 is secured to the front rail 62.
  • With reference to FIG. 5, the front rail 62 includes a rearward-facing channel 214 extending in a direction substantially parallel with the length of the front rail 62 in which a plurality of upwardly-facing and downwardly-facing fingers 215, 216 extending from a front member 218 of the frame 38 are received to secure the front rail 62 to the inclined frame 38 (see also FIG. 2). Alternatively, the front rail 62 may be secured to the front frame member 218 in any of a number of different ways (e.g., using fasteners, adhesives, etc.). As a further alternative, the front rail 62 may be integrally formed with the front frame member 218, and therefore the frame 38. As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, each of the product supports 14 is directly supported by the frame 38. As such, the weight of the products on the product display 10 is supported directly by the frame 38 rather than being transferred through the front or rear rails 62, 66. Alternatively, the front of the product display 10 may be supported by the front rail 62, and the rear of the product display 10 may be supported by the rear rail 66, such that the product supports 14 are suspended between the rails 62, 66 without any intermediate support. As a further alternative, the rear rail 66 may be fixed or secured to the frame 38 in any of a number of different ways (e.g., using fasteners, adhesives, etc.). As yet another alternative, the rear rail 66 may be integrally formed with the frame 38.
  • With reference to FIG. 1, the product display 10 may be assembled and customized according to the specific sizes of the products that are supported on the product display 10. Particularly, individual product supports 14 may be employed to support products having a width substantially the same as or less than that of the individual product supports 14, while two or more product supports 14 may be interconnected as modules to create a larger, unitized product support (e.g., unitized product supports 20, 24, 28) capable of supporting products having a width greater than the width of an individual product support 14. To assemble the product display 10 in a configuration having multiple unitized product supports 20, 24, 28, the front and rear rails 62, 66 are first oriented substantially parallel with each other, such that the channels 70, 138 in the front rail 62 are in facing relationship with the respective channels 74, 142 in the rear rail 66. Then, individual product supports 14 are slid between the rails 62, 66 and interconnected as necessary to create unitized product supports 20, 24, 28 depending upon the particular selection and size of products that will be supported by the product display 10. For example, as shown in FIG. 1, four product supports 14 are consecutively slid between the rails 62, 66 and interconnected to create the unitized four-wide product support 20. Likewise, three product supports 14 are consecutively slid between the rails 62, 66 and interconnected to create the unitized three-wide product support 24, and two groups of adjacent product supports 14 are consecutively slid between the rails 62, 66 and interconnected to create two unitized two-wide product supports 28. Similarly, nine product supports 14 (shown at the left of the product display 10 in FIG. 1) are consecutively slid between the rails 62, 66 and interconnected with one another with product dividers 134 positioned between each adjacent support 14 to create single width or one-wide supports 24.
  • Prior to sliding the individual product supports 14 between the rails 62, 66, however, the respective end caps 98 are first coupled to the opposite ends of the roller frames 94 as discussed above. Then, the respective insertion portions 110 of the end caps 98 are aligned with the respective channels 70, 74 in the front and rear rails 62, 66 and inserted therein. Each of the individual product supports 14 slidably received between the front and rear rails 62, 66 in this manner is then moved or adjusted to its final position along the length of the rails 62, 66, and interconnected with an adjacent product support 14 to create a unitized product support (e.g., unitized product supports 20, 24, 28), if desired. To interconnect adjacent product supports 14, sufficient force needs to be exerted on each product support 14 toward the other to cause the upwardly-facing and downwardly-facing fingers 122, 126 of the adjacent end caps 98 to resiliently deflect and move over-center to resume their respective undeflected shapes, and thereby interlock with each other (see FIG. 3). The respective positions of the individual and unitized product supports 14, 20, 24, 28 relative to the front and rear rails 62, 66 may be separately adjusted from each other to allow for specific placement of products along the length of the rails 62, 66.
  • With reference to FIG. 4, the product dividers 134 may first be pre-assembled (i.e., the divider members 162 engaged with the respective bases 166 to form a unit) and engaged with the rails 62, 66, or, the respective bases 166 of each product divider 134 may be slidably engaged with the front and rear rails 62, 66, and then the divider member 162 may be engaged with the respective bases 166. In either instance, the insertion portions 170 of the respective bases 166 are aligned with the respective channels 138, 142 in the front and rear rails 62, 66 and inserted therein. Each of the product dividers 134 slidably received between the front and rear rails 62, 66 in this manner is then moved or adjusted to its final position along the length of the rails 62, 66. As shown in FIG. 1, a product divider 134 is positioned adjacent each longitudinal edge of the nine individual product supports 14 and each of the unitized product supports 20, 24, 28 to create a boundary on either side of the individual or unitized product supports 14, 20, 24, 28. In a similar manner as the product supports 14, the product dividers 134 are separately adjusted from each other to allow for specific placement of products along the length of the rails 62, 66. Further, the product dividers 134 are separately adjustable from the individual and unitized product supports 14, 20, 24, 28 along the length of the rails 62, 66.
  • The assembled product display 10 may then be positioned onto the inclined frame 38 and secured to the frame 38 by positioning the fingers 215, 216 in the channel 214. Specifically, the upwardly-extending finger 215 may first be positioned in the channel 214, and then the lower laterally-extending portion of the rail 62 that defines the channel 214 may be deflected away from the front frame member 218 to allow insertion of the downwardly-extending finger 216 into the channel 214. Should the product display 10 require modification to support different size products (i.e., wider products, specifically), two or more individual product supports 14 may be pushed together to create a unitized product support to accommodate the wider products without removing the product display 10 from the frame 38. However, to modify the product display 10 to accommodate narrower products, if access to the sides of the product display 10 is not available, the product display 10 should be removed from the frame 38 in order to remove any unitized product supports 20, 24, 28 from the channels 70, 74 in the respective rails 62, 66 for separation. Otherwise, if access to the sides of the product display 10 is available, the unitized product supports 20, 24, 28 may be removed form the channels 70, 74 in the respective rails 62, 66 for separation without removing the entire product display 10 from the frame 38.
  • A second embodiment of a product display 234 is shown in FIGS. 7-9, with like components having like reference numerals with the letter “a.” The product display 234 includes a front elongated member or rail 238 that has a different configuration from the front rail 62 of the product display 10 of FIGS. 1-6. Particularly, the front rail 238 includes a downward-facing channel 242 extending the entire length of the rail 238 in which a laterally-extending front member 246 of a wire frame 250 is received to prevent the product display 234 from sliding off of the inclined frame 250 (see FIG. 8). Each of the product supports 14a is directly supported by the wire frame 250 such that the weight of the products on the product display 234 is supported directly by the frame 250 rather than being transferred through the rails 238, 66a. The assembled product display 234 may be positioned onto the wire frame 250 by first inserting the front wire frame member 246 into the channel 242 of the front rail 238 (see FIG. 8), then lowering the rear of the product display 234 until the product supports 14a come into contact with the frame 250 to support the rear of the product display 234 (see FIG. 9). The remaining structure, method of assembling, and method of adjusting the product display 234 is substantially similar to that of the product display 10 of FIGS. 1-6.
  • Various features of the invention are set forth in the following claims.

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1. A product display comprising:
an elongated member including at least one channel extending in a direction substantially parallel with the length of the member;
a product support engaged with the elongated member; and
a product divider engaged with the elongated member;
wherein at least one of the product support and the product divider is at least partially received within the channel, and the product support and the product divider are independently movable relative to one another along the length of the elongated member to adjust the respective positions of the product support and the product divider relative to the elongated member.
2. The product display of claim 1, wherein the channel is a first channel and the elongated member includes a second channel extending in a direction substantially parallel with the first channel, and a portion of the product support is received within the first channel and a portion of the product divider is received within the second channel.
3. The product display of claim 1, wherein the elongated member is a first elongated member and the product display further comprises a second elongated member including at least one channel extending in a direction substantially parallel with the length of the second elongated member, and at least one of the product support and the product divider is received within the channel of the second elongated member.
4. The product display of claim 3, wherein the channel of the second elongated member is a first channel and the second elongated member includes a second channel extending in a direction substantially parallel with the first channel of the second elongated member, and a portion of the product support is received within the first channel of the second elongated member and a portion of the product divider is received within the second channel of the second elongated member.
5. The product display of claim 1, wherein the product support is a first product support and the product display further comprises a second product support engaged with the elongated member, and the first and second product supports each includes a locking member operable to interengage with each other to secure together the first and second product supports.
6. The product display of claim 5, wherein the locking members of the first and second product supports each include a resiliently-deflectable finger.
7. The product display of claim 1, wherein the product support includes a frame and an end cap coupled to one end of the frame, and the end cap is at least partially received within the channel for sliding movement along the channel.
8. The product display of claim 1, wherein the product divider includes a base at least partially received within the channel for sliding movement along the channel; and
a divider member extending from the base and oriented substantially parallel with the product support.
9. The product display of claim 8, wherein the divider member is removable from the base.
10. The product display of claim 8, wherein the product divider further includes a divider wall removably coupled to the divider member.
11. The product display of claim 1, wherein the elongated member has a front and a rear and the channel is a first channel that opens rearwardly, and the elongated member includes a second channel that opens forwardly and is oriented in a direction substantially parallel with the first channel, and the second channel is sized to receive a label associated with products supported on the product support.
12. The product display of claim 1, wherein the channel is a first channel and the elongated member includes a second channel spaced above the first channel and oriented in a direction substantially parallel with the first channel, and the product support is at least partially received within the first channel and the product divider is at least partially received within the second channel.
13. The product display of claim 1, further comprising a frame for supporting the product support, wherein the channel is a first channel and the elongated member includes a second channel oriented in a direction substantially parallel with the first channel, wherein the second channel is sized to receive at least a portion of the frame.
14. The product display of claim 1, wherein the product support is a first product support and the product display further comprises a plurality of product supports interengageable with the first product support to form product support surfaces of varying widths.
15. A product display comprising:
a frame having a front and a rear;
an elongated member secured to one of the front and rear of the frame;
a product support engaged with the elongated member for movement along the length of the elongated member; and
a product divider engaged with the elongated member for movement along the length of the elongated member;
wherein the product support and the product divider are independently movable relative to one another along the length of the elongated member to adjust the respective positions of the product support and the product divider relative to the elongated member.
16. The product display of claim 15, wherein the elongated member includes one of a projection and a channel and the product support includes the other of the projection and the channel to provide sliding engagement of the product support with the elongated member.
17. The product display of claim 15, wherein the elongated member includes one of a projection and a channel and the product divider includes the other of the projection and the channel to provide sliding engagement of the product divider with the elongated member.
18. The product display of claim 15, wherein the elongated member includes
a first channel in which the product support is at least partially received; and
a second channel extending in a direction substantially parallel with the first channel and in which the product divider is at least partially received.
19. The product display of claim 15, wherein the product support is a first product support and the product display further comprises a second product support engaged with the elongated member for movement along the length of the elongated member, and the first and second product supports each include a locking member operable to interengage with each other to secure together the first and second product supports.
20. The product display of claim 15, wherein the product support is at least partially supported by the frame.
21. A product display comprising:
at least one upright;
a frame having a front and a rear, the frame supported on the upright;
an elongated member secured to one of the front and rear of the frame and including first and second parallel channels extending in a direction along the length of the elongated member;
a plurality of product supports at least partially received in the first channel for movement along the length of the member; and
a plurality of product dividers at least partially received in the second channel for movement along the length of the elongated member independently of the product supports, wherein the product supports can be configured to form product support surfaces of varying widths.
22. The product display of claim 21, wherein each of the product supports includes a locking member operable to interengage with a locking member on an adjacent product support to secure together the adjacent product supports.
23. The product display of claim 21, wherein the second channel is spaced above the first channel.
24. The product display of claim 21, wherein the product supports are at least partially supported by the frame.
25. The product display of claim 21, wherein each of the product dividers includes
a base at least partially received within the second channel for sliding movement along the second channel;
a divider member extending from the base and oriented substantially parallel with the product support; and
a divider wall removably coupled to the divider member.
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