Free standing Aerial Rig
The CIRCUS DIVISION TP700 is a free standing tripod featuring a unique series of characteristics providing signicant advantages in terms of safety, portability, versatility and stability.
PRODUCT CONFIGURATION GUIDE
The Aerial Rig can be mounted at 3 heights : 4.20m - 5.6m - 7.00m
- Mounting 5 sections per leg (using the 5m steel cable set) results in a 7.0m high structure with a 5.4x5.4x5.4m base.
- Mounting 4 sections per leg (using the 4m steel cable set) yields a structure 5.6m high with a 4.4x4.4x4.4m base.
- Mounting 3 sections per leg (using the 3m steel cable set) yields a structure 4.2m high with a 3.4x3.4x3.4m base.
A set of steel cables is then needed for each height to bind the feet at the right distance. If, when purchasing a 7m structure, you already know that you are not interested in mounting at lower heights, select the version with only the 5m cables to avoid waste and save money. You can always purchase the cables later as well as any other components to mount the structure at a higher height.
When you need a safe anchor point that adapts to all conditions, indoors and outdoors, TP700 is an extremely practical and elegant option. A single rig for all aerial dance and acrobatic disciplines, for both amateurs and professionals.
Assembly and disassembly does not involve any complex or dangerous operations.
What surprises people most about this free standing rig is its exceptional stability.
Every detail is studied to convey a feeling of security allowing you to practice the most dynamic techniques in total tranquility.
TP700 is certified to work in complete safety in all professional and amateur environments. The entire structure has no welded parts
- The apex plate is 8mm thick laser cut and folded steel.
- The feet are made of 4mm thick laser cut and folded steel.
- The leg sections are made from hot-dip galvanized steel tubes so they will never rust.
- The stand and the manual winch with automatic brake guarantee maximum safety in all phases of assembly and disassembly.
SIMPLE TRANSPORTATION AND ASSEMBLY
- The heaviest component of the structure weighs 10 kg.
- The structure can be assembled and disassembled without any tools.
- The leg sections are 175cm long and come strapped together which allows them to be easily transported in most vehicles.
- All safety components and accessories fit into a 60x40x40cm case.
- The leg sections are securely and quickly fitted together using stainless steel spring buttons.
- Each leg is secured to its foot and the apex plate using a 12 mm diameter hinge pin and a spring cotter pin.
An extremely safe and fast system.
TP700 can be mounted in different configurations:
- The accessories supplied allow you to mount your props either directly to the apex plate or through a rope-pulley-clamp system
allowing you to easily hoist and replace props in just a few seconds.
- Assembling 5 sections per leg (using the 5m cable set) you get a 7.0m high structure with a 5.4 x 5.4 x 5.4m base.
- Assembling 4 sections per leg (using the 4m cable set) you get a 5.6m high structure with a 4.4 x 4.4 x 4.4m base.
- Assembling 3 sections per leg (using the 3m cable set) you get a 4.2m high structure with a 3.4 x 3.4 x 3.4m base.
- The apex plate design features several slots and holes in which silks, ropes, lyras, static trapezes and any other rigging equipment
can be mounted.
- 80 mm diameter legs for superior stabilty.
- The conical interlock at the base of each tapered section provides uniform weight dispersal and eliminates any possible
movement between the leg sections.
- The total weight of 110 kg ensures considerable stability and resistance to sudden weight shifts caused by strong acrobatic moves.
Aerial Rigs such as the TP700, not being anchored to the ground, are designed exclusively for the use of static aerial equipment with oscillations that must necessarily occur within the perimeter of the base triangle. Oscillations beyond the perimeter of the base can unbalance the structure and are therefore to be avoided at all costs as they are potentially dangerous. In addition, oscillations make it impossible to predict the trajectory of the fall and therefore the correct use of the fall mats.
If the rig is set up for long periods outdoors, exposure to the weather must be taken into account. Strong winds can cause the structure to fall. The feet of the aerial rig have holes through which the structure can be anchored to the ground. The size of the anchor posts and the quality of the ground to be anchored should be assessed by competent personnel. In case of bad weather, however, it is always best to dismantle the aerial rig. Under no circumstances should aerial props be left anchored to the top of the structure without the supervision of competent personnel.