Tomcat displayed some new products at its booth, including the Curtain Track Truss and the QU Truss Series.
Also launched, were the QU Truss Series that feature simple, tool-free connections, fast assembly and disassembly, and multiple configurations. The products were designed for specific applications including exhibits, audiovisual equipment support, ballroom/conference environments and soft goods support. The QU Truss Series includes two news products: the QU-212 Batten Ladder has a 20' span UDL capacity of 1,000 lbs., 4” wide top chord for stability, and requires minimal truck/storage space with the availability of storage carts. The QU-312 Triangle Truss with 840 lbs. UDL over a 30' span, and 400 lbs UDL over a 40' span also has the availability of storage carts.
For more information, go to: www.tomcatglobal.com
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