Stage Roof Systems

The comprehensive range of truss systems from Prolyte is the foundation for more complex constructions, like ground support systems, PA towers, LED wall support systems and an extensive range of roof systems, all comprising of the ProlyteSystems range.

Using truss as the basic building blocks, these systems are efficient and economic, attainable for starting as well as established companies, the system simply grows with your requirements. Paramount is the integral safety of our systems, each system is delivered with a structural report and, where applicable, an initial instruction training is part of the sales process. Setting out to provide a fitting solution, these systems require solid engineering and a sound understanding of the user demands, Prolyte has an experienced engineering team to discuss your needs.

The Arc Roof is a fixed construction, based on three inward-curving trusses that are mounted to side masts.
The Tunnel Roof is a fixed construction, based on inward-curving trusses that form a complete arch.
Based on H40V truss, the Polygon XII roof system offers a multi-functional and cost-effective solution.
A tower-based structure with a sloping roof toward the back of the stage, The Flat Roof is remarkably easy to build.
The CLT Roof is a tower-based structure with a curved roof. It is based on the standard MPT Roof, which can easily be transformed into a CLT Roof.
The MPT Roof is a tower-based structure with a pitched roof, a design which guarantees optimum strength.
The ST Roof is a tower-based structure with a pitched roof, a design that inherently offers optimum strength.
The Giant ARC Roof is a tower-based structure that is constructed using 3-to-5 arches.
The Space Roof is a modular roof system based on a space frame structure. The Space Roof can be built up to 37 x 22 meters in size.
The XXL roof system is based on 13 CT towers. Layer adapters guarantee a flawless integration of the towers and the stage.

Prolyte Campus

Prolyte Campus is a Prolyte Group initiative to support its customers with the best and most up-to-date knowledge available. Providing the tools and training to use the Prolyte Group products safely and in compliance with applicable standards and regulations will help you perform better.
Prolyte Campus

Building an Arc Roof with AED BE

28/08/2018 Bis 28/08/2018 This year the Prolyte campus will be an Arc-Roof build. In this session you will get a basic knowledge of the loading capacity and safety precautions concerning such a system.
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Building an Arc Roof with AED NL

25/09/2018 Bis 25/09/2018 This year the Prolyte campus will be an Arc-Roof build. In this session you will get a basic knowledge of the loading capacity and safety precautions concerning such a system.
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Slinging matters; An Insert is not a basket!

Using the “insert” method may look like a good and quick solution to position your points, however, there are enough reasons to stay clear of this method.

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LED screen rigging: lethal factor or professional approach?

when talking rigging for LED-screens the optics and electronics are of less importance, but the strength and stability - as well as the applied design factor are. This could be a problem, not much data on the structural design of the screens is available.

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Very good product video indeed. Genius idea using your own product and take them beyond the limit.

Flemming Pedersen ETP, Denmark