While what commonly attracts visitors most during concerts is ever-changing colourful stage lighting or sound systems, the rest of the stage equipment is no less important when the purpose is to create a high-quality event.

The simplest variation of a stage is the one that consists of a platform. Lantel offers its customers an extremely wide selection of stage platforms that may have a special non-slip flooring and adjustable legs or legs of a fixed height. We also provide stairs or handrails specially adapted to the selected stage, and a storage and transport cart that is durable and convenient to use.

As a rule, no stage can do without aluminium trusses. Using such trusses, a stage is formed, as well as the stage lighting and part of the sound equipment are mounted on them. In the case of large stages, no less important is the stage machinery, one of the main parts of which is chain hoists. Aluminium trusses and decorations are mounted on them, which without great effort and additional lifting equipment enables extremely flexible and fast arrangement of equipment and changing the image of a stage according to the specific scenario or need. When selecting hoists based on the scenarios to be used, it is important to take into consideration the maximum allowable lifting capacity of the hoists and the safety category (D8, D8 Plus, C1).

To avoid spectator distraction, the stationary stages installed in school meeting halls, cultural centres, and concert halls are usually equipped with stage drapes to conceal the equipment installed and the backstage. In fact, those drapes not only conceal certain parts of a stage but also decorate it, helping to create an atmosphere of cosiness.

Our company can offer a wide selection of fabrics for stage drapes, as well as advise on and install automatic front curtain rails.

If a smaller stage is required, Lantel can also provide telescopic hoists. Customers usually choose them when a highly mobile and easy-to-assemble stage design solution is required.

One of the smallest but the most widely used element of stage equipment is microphone and speaker stands. Another part of the stage equipment that, although being nearly invisible, serves as a particularly time-saving device for the stage staff is high-quality sound and light system commutation cables or trunk signal transmission lines.

Professionals at Lantel can offer customers a complete solution for stage equipment, starting with the selection of required items and up to the overall implementation of the project.
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