Prolyte Campus at Bellalite Stockholm

When: 6 November 2018 till 6 November 2018
Time: 09:00 - 16:00
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Prolyte’s Technical Truss Training will bring you an advanced understanding of the technical properties, its potential and its practical limits. Bringing over 25 years of truss manufacturing to the table, Prolyte will give you an insight into the different types of truss, their applications and structural basics. To understand the different types of truss and help you pick the right product for the job you will learn more about the different forces occurring in the truss as well as different types of loads and how they are calculated. By understanding and being aware of loads, forces, truss and connection types and truss maintenance and inspection, participants will be one step closer to safe and efficient truss usage.

Lecturer Matthias Moeller is Senior Technical Advisor of the Prolyte Group. He is involved with product management, R&D and the Campus initiative of the Prolyte Group. Besides this he is active in European and German standardization work as representative of the German trade associations DTHG and VPLT. In 2015 he became convenor of Working Group 2 “Work Equipment and Installations” of CEN TC 433 “Entertainment Technology” which recently transferred CWA 15902-2 to EN 17115 “Specifications for design and manufacture of aluminium and steel trusses”. Furthermore he is DGUV accredited expert for testing of machinery and equipment in staging and production facilities for the entertainment industry in Germany and member of German Government WG on “Temporary Demountable Structures”

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Stage Electrics is excited to welcome back another Prolyte Campus! This course will be a brilliant starting point to learn more about the range of trussing and learn tips and tricks that will help you take your designs to the next level.
Prolyte Campus in cooperation with cast GmbH. Topic: Roof Sytems.

Due to the quality of the Prolyte truss, we would be able to span the complete stage width of 40m with one single span, without any columns or support points.

Eduardo Brewer PROMontaje