Staging : ShowQuip, Christchurch, New Zealand

By: Showquip  06-Dec-2011

The range available from ShowQuip can be as varied as it is user friendly.

From basic Risers to CAD-developed Deck Systems.

The ShowQuip deck is manufactured from a custom alloy extrusion that is lightweight for handling, and of high strength alloy specification welded together to form a light but very strong structural solution.

The extrusion design results in a stable platform that can be supplied as standard modules, or to your unique specified heights and shapes.

Applications include platforms, rostra, stages, and tiers for seating :

  • auditoriums, halls, schools, churches, theatres, houses of worship
  • or outdoors for serious rock concert arena applications

Standard features include:

  • 21mm thick Trans-Tex deck panel fitted within the extrusion to give full edge protection
  • Trans-Tex is a wood-based laminated panel made from strong, dense, premium quality Birch veneers overlaid with a hard-wearing phenol film overlay on both sides
  • Flush-mounted cam interlocks for quick, accurate and secure assembly or simple bolt together for budget-conscious applications
  • Special proprietary leg inserts with fast cam levers for quick, easy assembly
  • Round tubular legs and bracing (standard 48mm scaffold compatible)

Optional Components / Ancillary Equipment:

  • Autex Carpet / Textile
  • Handrails
  • Stairs / Treads
  • Facings — fabric or solid materials
  • Roll set applications
  • Transport Dollies for multiple units


Other products and services from Showquip

06-Dec-2011

Rigging : ShowQuip, Christchurch, New Zealand

Truss, motors and rigging go hand in hand and, over the years, ShowQuip has built up a variety of products fabricated in-house to service this need. The traditional round style with single clip has been superseded with a small long deep style with two stainless steel dog-clip attachments. It dispenses with the traditional span set and makes for a cleaner more secure interface.


06-Dec-2011

Trussing : ShowQuip, Christchurch, New Zealand

ShowQuip produces an extensive range of custom and off-the-shelf modular trusses locally, the only active truss manufacturer in New Zealand. The scope of this equipment is typically underestimated as a basis to create large and impressive temporary structures quickly and safely. A truss as used in the entertainment sector is a modular, spatial lattice structure, predominantly made of welded aluminium tubes. Range of section sizes and profiles.


06-Dec-2011

Set Design and Build : ShowQuip, Christchurch, New Zealand

In conjunction with The Arena Management and other interested parties ShowQuip researched and designed a Mother Grid system of trusses to allow riggers to work safely to install production rigging typically required for the various staged productions that this venue wishes to attract.


06-Dec-2011

Services : ShowQuip, Christchurch, New Zealand

The services offered by ShowQuip continue to extend to meet the needs of our growing client base – essentially from initial concepts and design through to fabrication, installation and commissioning; backed up with maintenance options. We have commissioned and are about to launch a new service within ShowQuip for the management of your ShowQuip assets.


06-Dec-2011

Products : ShowQuip, Christchurch, New Zealand

Under the Health and Safety Standards Act of 1990, the responsibilities and risks associated with staging and rigging in New Zealand are best managed by specialists in the entertainment field. Our company designs and builds to specification and offers fast quotations, drawings and quick turnaround build times. Custom lengths, boxed corners and curved sections can easily be produced to suit specific requirements.


06-Dec-2011

Hoists : ShowQuip, Christchurch, New Zealand

Traditional entertainment hoists available have been governed by a 5:1 safety specification but with more and more dynamic loading required in the air, the European rigging industry looked at increasing the safety factor to 10:1. ShowQuip is very active in large installation projects of trussing and rigging and have been ready to meet the fast–changing demands on hosting equipment and the guidelines required for safety.