Vertigo’s New Catalogue At PLASA 2006

UK rigging company Vertigo Rigging will launch their all-new 44-page catalogue, fully illustrated in color throughout, detailing the ever-growing range of equipment and services offered by the company at PLASA 2006.

The spiral-bound A5-format catalogue makes its debut on XLNT’s stand, G48.

A six-page section is devoted to XLNT’s CyberHoist motion control system, for which Vertigo is the UK service point, while others cover CM Lodestar chain hoists and Superlifts. Another page details more traditional methods of movement with winches, hoists, and control systems.

Equipment sections include Supertruss, Tower Supertruss, Libera Flat Truss, Flightdeck decking system and accessories and roof systems.

Accessories are comprehensively covered with pages of harnesses, helmets, rigging and safety equipment, available both for hire and purchase.

Two more pages cover the company’s extensive aluminium, mild steel, and stainless steel fabrication services, and in a totally different vein there’s even a page of specialist crew clothing from high-visibility vests to stylish jackets. With Vertigo’s new West London branch office and warehouse now fully open for business at on 007 Drive at Pinewood Studios, there’s a page of details about the range of services on offer there.

Finally, with safety ever uppermost in Vertigo thinking, the new catalogue has two pages of useful safety guidance, outlining the key facts about the Working At Height, LOLER and PUWER regulations.

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