All our set panels are serviced and graded each time they are used. Set panels that do not reach A-grade standards will then be assessed to see if they pass as B-grade. If a panel has too many small defects or a single large defect it will automatically be quarantined. If a panel is deemed suitable as A or B grade it will then be serviced, packed and stored, ready for the next job. Panels that have been quarantined undergo a further assessment. If the framework is structurally sound they will be stripped, serviced and recovered. At that point it will be an A-grade panel again. If the frame is no longer at its best from a structural point of view it will be stripped and disassembled. The timber is then transferred to our recycled timber stock that is used for on site bracing.
These 3900mm open frame panels are constructed from the responsibly sourced, PSE redwood timber. A mixture of 2×1 and 2×2 grade wood is used in the panels where appropriate and all joints are glued and double screwed. Frames are built to strict plans with a +/- 0.5mm tolerance rule. Before assembly all the parts are stained black.
Our hire stock includes around 400 set panels at any time so we are well equipped to carry out numerous large set building and exhibition projects simultaneously. In addition to set panels we hold a wide range of staging equipment by Litedeck and Revostage along with many bespoke set pieces. This, coupled with our CNC equipped workshop, enables us to undertake complex backdrops and stage sets for a wide range of events.