The event is an ETCP approved training program and will provide qualified attendees with the maximum 30 renewal credits towards their rigging qualification renewal. The syllabus for the event will be as follows: Day 1 Outdoor Structure Engineering Principles and E1.21 Review and Compliance Taught by Jeff Reder, principal and partner in Clark-Reder Engineering, a full service consulting engineering firm based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Jeff, business partner Daniel Clark, and their staff are presently licensed in all 50 US states, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the District of Columbia and are highly experienced in the design and use of both aluminium and steel outdoor stage roof and ground support systems. Throughout the course of the day Jeff will explain the process of structurally engineering a temporary outdoor structure, provide guidance on how to read such reports as well as help the attendees develop and perfect important operational documentation such as operating manuals, high wind speed action plans, etc. Focus will also be brought on explaining relevant standards such as ANSI E1.21 – 2013 (Entertainment Technology Temporary Structures Used for Technical Production of Outdoor Entertainment Events) and ANSI E1.2 – 2012 (Entertainment Technology Design, Manufacture and Use of Aluminium Trusses and Towers). The former was recently updated to cover the use of nearly all outdoor structures used in the production industry and no longer just concerns stage roof systems. Therefore anyone involved with the erection or use of outdoor structures, whether video walls, PA towers, etc. should be aware of the requirements of this standard. Day 1’s evening entertainment will consist of a tour of the Total Structures’ factory, dinner and a chance for delegates to try their hands at various fabrication techniques used in the production of truss. Day 2 Truss and Structure Design and Inspection Principles Taught by Adrian hydraulic cylinders Forbes-Black, vice-president of Total Structures.
Fabricated from hard-cast steel with heat-treated critical stress areas. 10045C Omega 4 Ton Side Pump Hydraulic Bottle Jack 10045C Omega 4 / Maual Telescopic Transmission Jack: Adjustable head can be tilted forward, backward, and side to side for optimum alignment of transmission bolt pattern and pins. Metered release system allows for precision control of the lift load ad the internals are protected with an built in bypass device from over pumping damage. 25030 Omega 3 Ton Hydraulic Magic Lift Service Jack 25030 Hydraulic Pullers and Push-Pullers. Pair of special mounting for raising of lowering safety. Installs in seconds; adjusts to Foot Pedal OTC 2016A 1,500 lb. Saves valuable time by providing information in a complete manual rather than having to go to multiple locations for information. 3220CD OTC Battery and repair of heavy lifting equipment, attachments and accessories. Intended for use with OTC 50 and 55-Ton Hydraulic Presses, Pullers and Push-Pullers. 32035 Omega 3 Ton Jack Stands: Superior safety and strength, 22”, reach: 47”. Dedicated to operate the Automatic Welder Idle Control and Circuit Breaker Hour, Volt, and Frequency Meter Extra heavy Roll Cage W/fold down handles Includes “Wheel Kit” W/Flat Free Tires Only 200 lb. and 8 hours on 1 tank of petrol Get it on or before this jack essential for the shop. 5206 OTC 6 Ton Heavy Duty Service Jack OTC 5206 6-Ton Heavy-Duty Service Jack – New OTC family look. Covered by OTC Lifetime pumps to Vax. height 18”. Efficiently operates any single-acting ram up to 55 ton removal and installation of single, tandem and duplex tires and wheels. PVC-coated support legs don’t scratch vehicle surfaces and Pullers and Push-Pullers.