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Prolyte 30/30
For this week’s 30/30 we are travelling back to 2014, where PROmontaje in Venezuela Invested in an XXL roof.
The XXL Roof is based on Prolyte CT Towers comprising of C52T mast sections, a B100 Series ground support system, and B52SV truss rafters. The CT Tower uses several sleeve blocks that combine the trusses from the Prolyte S and B Series. The CT sleeve block is a fully bolted structural element, making it much stronger and more precise than conventional welded versions. The roof is fully integrated with a Layher staging system and offers a loading capacity of 40,000kg UDL (uniformly distributed load) with an additional sound wing capacity of 6000kg per side. The finished structure measures a maximum of 25m x 20m with 16m clearance, the highest point being at 20m.

Prolyte brings something new every year. Founded in 1991 in Leek, Netherlands, Prolyte has quickly become famous around the world due to its in-house expertise and of being one step ahead of the competition with a new mentality and new energy: “Prolyte. Feel Fantastic.”