ProX XT-CRANK18FT-500 18ft Lighting Crank Truss Stand Holds 500 lbs Description The ProX Truss Heavy Duty Crank Stands are an integral part of the Truss SQ System for temporarily mounting lights for small to medium sized DJ lighting at any event. It has Integrated casters,independentlyÿadjustable legÿbraces, and nylon guided leg...
ProX XT-CRANK18FT-500 18ft Lighting Crank Truss Stand Holds 500 lbs
The ProX Truss Heavy Duty Crank Stands are an integral part of the Truss SQ System for temporarily mounting lights for small to medium sized DJ lighting at any event. It has Integrated casters,independentlyÿadjustable legÿbraces, and nylon guided leg sliders, which can all be used in conjunction with another same-rated stand, & trusses and T-Adapters (sold separately). Eachÿisÿmade with Heavy Duty All-metal components;ÿSturdy, steel / aluminum construction. Eliminate direct lifting and lowering of heavy loads with the ProXÿTruss Heavy Duty Crank Stand.
It folds easily to portable size for transport. It's equipped with a smooth, heavy-duty cranking mechanism. ÿPerfect for a live band and mobile DJ applications, eliminate direct lifting and lowering of heavy loads.
This stand in conjunction with another XT-Crank18FT-500 stand & any length truss with T-Adapters XT-TADAPTER-500 (all sold separately) allows you to mount and raise your lights to a maximum of 18ft. This combined system will support a maximum weight of 1000 lbs.
Max Vert Load: 500 lbs.
Base Diameter: 83.85" / 7FT
Weight: 230 lbs.
Min Height: 74"
Base Closed: 24" x 19"
To avoid problems a competent person should inspect all rigging hardware, stands and equipment before each use and periodically do a major inspection for signs of wear, abuse, and general adequacy, as well as perform any manufacturer recommended preventive maintenance on schedule. ÿObserve all warnings and usage instructions in the full manual. ÿUse at your own risk.
1.ÿEnsure that the stand is positioned on a hard stable surface, in a suitable location, on firm ground and clear of overhead obstacles.
2.ÿStabilize legs before lifting the tower or any load.
3.ÿWhen outdoors, secure the tower with braces or cables, in the case of wind.
4.ÿCheck the cable, it should not show damaged or flattened areas nor broken threads.
Using the Winch:
1.ÿFor Lifting the tower, turn the winch handle clockwise.
2.ÿFor lowering the tower, turn the winch handle counter-clockwise.
1.ÿLoading on truss and stands should comply with rated weights.
2.ÿLock all the safety mechanisms (safety pins, knobs)
3.ÿLoads must be centered & balanced on each lifting unit.
4.ÿSafety chains must be installed on each item attached to the unit.
5.ÿLeave a safety perimeter with a radius 5ft greater than the maximum height of the stands during lifting and lowering of loads.
6.ÿDuring transport, close all the sections and lock the lifting carriage.
7.ÿDo not attempt to move the stand when loaded or in an extended position.
1.ÿServicing and repairs must be made by qualified persons.
2.ÿCable, pulleys, and telescopic masts must be inspected before each use. Any damaged cable must be replaced immediately.
3.ÿAnnual inspection by an authorized technician is suggested.
24.00"L x 20.00"D x 76.00"H
Weight: 240.00 lbs