SLIM Mobile Folding Height Adjustable Stage 1mtr x 2mtr, Carpet Finish.
This economical modular staging is constructed from a high-grade tubular steel frame with a solid plywood deck and features folding lock-in-place telescopic legs. It can be easily moved and setup by one person.
- Simple mobile folding stage design based on the concept of a ping pong table.
- Platforms are 1mtr x 2mtr in size and are height adjustable at 20cm, 40cm or 60cm.
- Optional step for use with the stage at 40cm height.
- Optional step for use with the stage at 60cm height.
- Optional step handrails.
- Heavy-duty carpet finish.
- Weight rated at: 750 kgs per sqm.
- Heavy duty casters, two with brakes.
- Our stage legs also feature screw-in rubber feet for minor adjustments on uneven surfaces and added stability.
- Shipped in a flat pack with simple assembly.
What makes this stage truly unique is the non-bulky, frameless wheelbase design that allows for faster setup than traditional mobile folding stages and allows the stage to be stored in a more compact space.
This special frame design provides a seamless, smooth, no-trip surface for performers when platforms are connected together to form a bigger stage. Stage sections are easily combined together using special platform to platform connectors. To adjust the stage to the 20cm height the screw in legs that are used are stored in the frame of the stage when not in use.
Our tri-height mobile stages not only offer the flexibility of a rolling stage but with the built-in folding legs meaning few loose parts that may lost or misplaced.
We offer a full range of optional accessories including;
- Stage Skirts
Single length skirts come in standard lengths of 2mtr or 2.4mtr and heights of 20cm, 40cm and 60cm.
Wheelchair ramps or standard equipment ramps https://intellistage.com.au/stage-ramps/
Standard widths 1.2mtr (sold per pair).
- Stage Steps
Stage steps allow for safe access to stages from ground level. We have a choice of steps with or without handrails.
Learn more about our mobile folding stages here; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0s92dy8nqE&feature=emb_logo