Truss Lighting Clamps
Professional truss lighting clamps from brands such as Beamz, Chauvet, QTX and Soundlab. From simple G-clamps to more specialist swivel couplers. Available in silver and black finishes to match your truss systems.
Used in conjunction with other rigging accessories, lighting clamps can be used to hang an array of equipment from a trussing system. For example, LED screens, backdrops and signage.
Truss Lighting Clamps: Essential Accessories for Stage and Event Setup
Truss lighting clamps are essential accessories for any professional stage or event setup. These sturdy clamps provide a secure and reliable way to mount lighting fixtures onto truss systems. Whether you are organising a concert, theatrical performance, trade show, or any other live event, truss lighting clamps play a crucial role in ensuring that your lighting elements are securely attached.
Wide Range of Truss Lighting Clamps
We offer a wide range of truss lighting clamps that are designed to meet the needs of event professionals. Our collection includes various types of clamps, such as half couplers and swivel couplers each with its own unique features and benefits. These clamps are constructed from high-quality materials to ensure durability and longevity, providing you with reliable performance even in demanding environments.
Versatility for Different Truss Systems
One of the key advantages of our truss lighting clamps is their versatility. They are compatible with different truss sizes and shapes, allowing you to easily attach lights to square, triangular, or circular truss systems. The clamps also feature adjustable knobs or bolts, enabling you to achieve the desired angle and position for your lighting fixtures.
Safety is a top priority when it comes to stage equipment, and our truss lighting clamps are designed with this in mind. They are engineered to provide a secure grip on the truss, preventing any accidental slippage or movement of the lights during performances. Additionally, many of our clamps feature safety pins or secondary locking mechanisms to provide an extra layer of protection, giving you peace of mind knowing that your lighting setup is secure.
Invest in High-Quality Truss Lighting Clamps
Investing in high-quality truss lighting clamps is a wise choice for event professionals who prioritise reliability, safety, and versatility. We offer top-notch clamps that are built to withstand the rigours of the entertainment industry.Frequently Asked...
How do you attach lighting to a truss?
To attach lighting to a truss, you typically use mounting clamps or brackets specifically designed for truss systems. These clamps or brackets are secured onto the truss structure, providing a stable platform for lighting fixtures. The fixtures are then attached to the clamps using screws or bolts, ensuring they are properly aligned and secured. It is essential to follow safety guidelines and manufacturer's instructions while attaching lighting to a truss to prevent accidents and maintain the integrity of the setup.
What are the different types of lighting clamps?
Lighting truss clamps secure fixtures to truss systems. Types include swivel clamps for flexible positioning, half coupler clamps for secure fastening with bolts or screws, C-clamps for attaching fixtures to truss beams, G-clamps for larger truss sections, trigger clamps for quick installation and removal, and dual-purpose clamps for lighting and audio equipment. Consider truss design, load capacity, and fixture compatibility for safe installation.
What are truss lighting clamps made from?
Truss lighting clamps are typically made from durable and lightweight materials such as aluminium or steel. Aluminium clamps are commonly used due to their high strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and ease of handling. Steel clamps, on the other hand, offer greater strength and durability but are typically heavier than aluminium clamps. Both materials provide the necessary rigidity and stability required to securely fasten lighting fixtures to truss structures, ensuring safe and reliable installations in various event and stage settings.