MODULARE - Adjustable stage platforms for shows
Adjustable stage platforms for shows, rectangular 100x200cm. They are height adjustable to 20cm, 40cm, 60cm, 80cm, 100cm, 120cm or 140cm and have a load capacity of 750 kg/m2, according to the Din 1055 safety standard; this load capacity is guaranteed even at heights of 40cm and 60cm by two additional support brackets.
These mobile stages are modular and are able to compose stages, steps and walkways both inside and outside. They therefore are a perfect solution for theaters and for those who organize concerts, events or demonstrations; they are also ideal for an orchestra or a choir. However they can also be used for presentations or as a workbench in the industrial sector.
The metal structure, including the frame of the top, is in natural aluminum tubing with steel elements in gray RAL 7030; besides the frame of the top is suitably shaped for fixing the accessories and reinforced with die-cast corner elements.
The tops are available in a wide range of materials suitable for indoor and outdoor; moreover, the platforms can also be fireproof in class Bfl-S1 according to the European safety standard Din En 13501-1 for entertainment and public show venues.
The weight of this 2x1 platform starts from 95kg.
These mobile platforms are supplied with a series of accessories for joining or firmly attaching the platforms to each other in both directions, positioned on a single height or in steps. Folded platforms can be stacked on top of each other with a stacking height of 20cm and can be transported by a made to purpose trolley. There are also some useful accessories such as steps, with or without handrails; fabric skirts to be fixed with velcro for the filling of the sides; rigid front and side infill panels; railings; a small folding trapdoor for the passage of cables.
The feet of the legs are jointed, to adapt to uneven floors.
These portable platforms are also used for sporting events, conferences or fashion shows.
The production of these mobile platforms is entirely made in the European Community.