How to Wear Your Advert!

This is one of our simple ways to get your adverts noticed & increase footfall into your business. More customers equal more sales equal more profit!

Follow this link for more information about Adwalker – the Wearable Advertising! Please visit.

All the best of Luck, Patrick Huggins, Director for BHMA Limited.

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Adwalker Welcome to BHMA
Presenting the BHMA Adwalker This is Marlon showing how easy it is to advertise with the Adwalker. Three individual A2 size posters are displayed at once.
Inserting posters is easy too! Snap open the frame and remove the anti-glagre cover.
Insert a poster in each frame and replace the anti-glare cover.
Snap down the frame edges and that’s it! Let’s have a look.
These are the shoulder and waist straps, comfortable, and fully adjustable.
Marlon will turn in a moment to show a black panel on the reverse that is customisable. So, that’s as easy as it is, No fuss advertising, On the street, Getting noticed with the BHMA Adwalker Thanks for watching, if you would like some discount, order at and use the code YouTube at the checkout.

How To Display Posters Using LED Light Boxes

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Welcome to BHMA Limited, Today I would like to share, some information about one of the brightest backlit poster display cases available. Its brightness comes from hundreds of LED lamps set at the back of the case.

Traditionally; light boxes are made using standard white fluorescent tubes, which give patches of light. Newer light boxes are edge lit with LED bulbs, these give a halo of light around the edges. This BHMA light box, has an even distribution of

LED bulbs across the entire rear surface. This distributes the light evenly as you will see. Just look at how bright those LED bulbs are!

The BHMA light box is a plug and play unit. Which means you can literally plug it in and its ready for use. It is a 240volt unit, but transformed to a safe low voltage.

Watch how the camera reacts to the light as its switched on.

The LED light box is completely open in this picture. A diffuser panel is added. See how bright and even the light is. Then the poster is added, this is a standard poster, a transparency would be even brighter. Lastly the anti-glare fascia is added.

Once everything is in place the edges can be snapped down.

This is a close up of the 32mm wide frame profile, in its open position.

Please note how neat the corners are when they are closed down.

The BHMA Light box is available in many standard poster sizes. The aluminium frame can be finished in your personal RAL number colour, to ensure it matches your brand or business.

Thank you for watching.

Please feel free to call us on 01353 665141 or or see our LED poster cases

Patrick Huggins, Director for BHMA Limited.

How to Use Wet Wipe and Waterproof Chalkboard Pens

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Welcome to BHMA Limited. This video will show you the difference between our types of chalkboard pens.

Firstly, our Posterman Pens. Posterman pens are waterproof, so ideal to use outside in all weathers. Available in multi colour packs in 15mm or 6mm nib sizes. Posterman waterproof pens have a white barrel.

Posterman waterproof are also available with a very wide nib for use on large signs or windows. These are called Biggie 50s.

There are many colours to choose from in the Biggie 50 Posterman Waterproof range.

Woodcraft is another waterproof chalkboard pen, originally designed for the craft market. The colour range is much wider than the Posterman, but the ink is the same.

The ones pictured here have a 15mm nib, Woodcraft are also great for window advertising.

As for Posterman, there is also a smaller nib size which is 6mm. Available in 46 different colours. Just imagine the fun you can have with these!

Now we will look at the wet wipe range, firstly, Illumigraph.

Available in all white or an assorted pack of mixed colours. There are two nib sizes in the wet wipe Illumigraph range, 15mm or 6mm.

Posterman have a wet-wipe pen also. The difference to the look of the wet wipe pen to the waterproof pen is the colour of the barrel; wet wipe have a black barrel. The Posterman wet wipe are a much stronger colour than the Illumigraph.

The removal of wet wipe pens is simple; just use a damp cloth.

You can see the Posterman and the Illumigraph both wipe off of a non-porous surface easily.

You will also see that the Posterman and the Woodcraft don’t come off with a damp cloth.

However, if you want to remove either Posterman waterproof, or Woodcraft pens you need BHMA Eazikleen.

You can spray the cloth and wipe it off, but it’s much quicker if you spray the ink directly, leave for about 10 seconds and wipe away with a clean damp cloth.

When the chalkboard is dry it is ready to be used again. Hopefully this demonstration enabled you to see how easily it is to remove both wet wipe and waterproof pens from a non-porous chalkboard.

Please follow this link to see our range of chalkpens and associated products.

Thanks for watching.

Patrick Huggins, Director for BHMA Limited.