NeuroTech brings Space Roof to Asia
Thursday, 1 November 2018
space-roof-1NeuroTech has invested in Prolyte’s Space Roof system
China - NeuroTech Asia has become the first owner of the Prolyte Space Roof System in the Asia Pacific region.
The company, which provides AV and staging services in China and throughout the Asia-Pacific region, first contracted with Prolyte in early 2018 to purchase staging systems from its Mammoth ground support system. To meet the increased demand for staging equipment, NeuroTech recently purchased Prolyte’s Space Roof system.
The roof can be suspended from standard Prolyte CT towers and can be built up to 37 x 22 meters in size, offered a loading capacity of 30t UDL + 2x 4T PA which was easily installed, which helps meet the needs of touring artists. With reducing the stage opening (standard 31m), the loading capacity can be easily increased up to 50t. The space roof structure can also be easily adapted in size every 2.072m in width and depth. With maintaining the structural integrity of the system.
“Having a space roof system available in the Asian market will give a new mindset and new opportunities for producers and organisers of Asian events” says Ruud de Deugd, product manager at Prolyte.
The Space Roof is the only structure of its kind available in the Asian market. When NeuroTech purchased the Space Roof structure, Prolyte supplied all of the parts and components, lifting and control equipment, continuous engineering support and customer service in their language. In addition to this, a vital part of Prolyte’s services includes build-up training to ensure the safety of workers and the accuracy of the construction. For NeuroTech’s Space Roof, the safety training and test build structure was assembled in Tianjin, China. Working with engineers from Prolyte, Neurotech’s large, experienced crew had the roof structure up in 24 hours and incident free.
Until this time, there was no such structure in the Asian market. The requested structure needed quite a few adaptations to fulfil the needs of the show. Pre-rigs, extra steel beams, and extensions were used on the space roof.
Lambert Bouwmeester, Prolyte Group, CEO states: “Prolyte is convinced the Chinese market is getting ready for Prolyte’s quality products.”
(Jim Evans)

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