Event production company Pearce Hire has added a new Prolyte Arc Roof staging system to its inventory, for use in festivals, tours, exhibitions and architectural installations.

The Prolyte Arc Roof System is a fixed construction, based on three inward-curving trusses which are mounted to side masts. It offers different configurations with optional side sheets and is an effective small/medium sized roof system, incorporating non-climbing towers, an arched truss roof, ground ring for reduced ballast requirements and PA/branding wings

The new roofing system is supplied by Sage Electrics, who are the premier UK stockist of Prolyte products. It has been acquired following increasing demand for easy-to-construct, versatile staging structures.

James Cookson of Sage Electrics commented: ““Our relationship with Pearce Hire goes back at least 10 years and we were delighted to be working with them again to fulfil their requirements, and to provide an after-sales service which included training for the Pearce Hire team.

It was a speedy turnaround of ten days from point of order to delivery, including the training day, but we were happy to meet this expectation.”

Jim Brown, general manager, Pearce Hire, said: “We’ve got a significant amount of Prolyte kit already – trusses, towers, rigging towers and accessories. So we were already familiar with the quality of Prolyte products and ease of handling.

“We were particularly attracted to the Arc Roof system because of its well-considered assembly process which is critical to the challenging set-up times our client projects often involve.”

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