SKU: GC52-KP484

KUPO 484 Heavy Duty Wind-Up Stainless Steel Stand With Braked Castors

KUPO 484 Heavy Duty Wind-Up Stainless Steel Stand With Braked Castors

Kupo 484 Heavy Duty Wind-Up Stands are constructed from a combination of chrome-plated steel and stainless steel, with dual risers that extend from 179cm through to 386cm. The elevation per handle turn is 4.4cm, making it possible to lift heavy equipment, up to 80kg load, with a single operator. The unique automatic self-locking mechanism is designed to prevent the light stand from dropping unexpectedly, making the operation safer.

Lock Position

The safety pin will automatically drop into each hole in the centre post tube as the centre pole is extended.

Solid and strong handle with slip-free design offers excellent operation.

KC-150R industry 6” braked casters with angle adjustable plate allow the KP484 to retain stability on the ground if the caster is removed.

Features:

28mm socket with 3 side holes for wind bracing kit.

Larger footstep with skidproof texture design.

U-shaped leg struts are made of stainless steel for extra stability and safety.

2 risers, 3 sections with diameters of 70mm, 60mm & 50mm, with simultaneous operation

Leg diameter of 35mm, with 1 levelling leg

The top 2 sections are chrome plated steel, centre tube & legs are stainless steel

Regular price $1,979.00
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KUPO 484 Heavy Duty Wind-Up Stainless Steel Stand With Braked Castors

Kupo 484 Heavy Duty Wind-Up Stands are constructed from a combination of chrome-plated steel and stainless steel, with dual risers that extend from 179cm through to 386cm. The elevation per handle turn is 4.4cm, making it possible to lift heavy equipment, up to 80kg load, with a single operator. The unique automatic self-locking mechanism is designed to prevent the light stand from dropping unexpectedly, making the operation safer.

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