Stage Roof Systems

Prolyte Stage Roof Systems includes different mobile roof structures that are predominantly used in temporary applications. They are designed and constructed to facilitate transportation, regular building and dismantling sessions at different locations. They are mainly used in the event market as outdoor stage roofs in festivals, concerts, or various performances.

Prolyte Stage Roof Systems are designed based on Prolyte's range of truss. Depending on the size and customer preference, several stage roof options are provided, which are intergrated with Prolytes standard truss and tower systems (MPT, ST or CT tower).

 

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.

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Sammy Freh GSF Sound & Light Rental, Belgium