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PIPE AND DRAPE INFORMATION: If you're unfamiliar with the pipe and drape system, you might think it will be difficult to put together, but if you follow the information below it is really quite easy. Firstly,    let's    get    a    basic    understanding    of    the pieces    that    are    involved    in    pipe    and    drape system.      There   are   only   4   basic   components   to it. 1)   Uprights   -   the   aluminium   vertical   pipe   sets the height of your backdrop. 2)   Bases    -   the   steel   plate   that   goes   underneath each    upright    to    provide    overall    stability    and support. 3)    Support    Rods     -    the    adjustable    horizontal pipe that sets the width of your backdrop. 4) and finally the backdrop. HOW TO PUT TOGETHER: Unfold   the   backdrop   out   to   its   desired   or   full   length,   where   you   are   planning   on   putting   it   up   (make   sure   the   floor   is   clean).     Put a base weight at each end and place one in the middle (assuming you are using a 20x10ft backdrop).  Place   the   three   adjustable   uprights   on   to   the   spigots   on   the   base   plate.      Take   the   support   rods   and   open   to   the   required length,   then   hook   them   into   the   slit   at   the   top   of   the   adjustable   uprights,   do   this   with   both   support   rods.      Use   cable ties/string etc., through the eyelets to attach the backdrop to the support rod.  Now   raise   the   adjustable   uprights   to   the   desired   height,   by   holding   the   bottom   part   of   the   upright   and   with   the   other   hand push the top part up.  To   lower   the   pipe   and   drape   system   there   are   two   silver   buttons   on   the   adjustable   uprights,   hold   the   top   section   with   one hand   and   push   up   the   two   silver   buttons   with   the   other,   push   up      slightly   and   it   should   all   just   lower   down,   do   this   for   each upright. If you need any further information on our stands then please contact us.
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TO KEEP IN MIND 1) Every upright will needs a base to go underneath it. Unless you already have some pipe and drape bases, you should always order the same amount of bases as you do uprights. 2) Each end of the support rod will needs an upright to hold it up. Otherwise, it will not be supported at each hook.  So for two support rods you will need three uprights. 3) Please remember that a pipe and drape system is intended to be a temporary structure only and not a permanent one as it is not bolted to a wall or the floor. 4) Never use the pipe and drape in an unsafe or dangerous manner. If you are having difficulties putting the stands together then please feel free to give us a call on 0114 251 3587.
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TO KEEP IN MIND 1) Every upright needs a base underneath it. Unless you already have some pipe and drape hardware, you should always have the same amount of bases as you do uprights. 2) Each end of the drape support rod needs an upright to hold it up. Otherwise, it wouldn't be supported at each hook. 3) Remember that pipe and drape is intended to be a temporary display, not a permanent structure; it is not bolted to a wall or the floor. Never use it in an unsafe manner. If you are having difficulties putting the stands together then please feel free to give us a call on 0114 251 3587.

If you require a stand for your backdrop this page covers

everything you need to know.

PIPE AND DRAPE INFORMATION: If you're unfamiliar with the pipe and drape system, you might  think that it will be difficult to put together, but if you follow the information below it is really quite easy.  Firstly, let's get a basic understanding of the pieces that are involved in pipe and drape system. There are only 4 basic components to it. 1)   Uprights   -   the   aluminium   vertical   pipe   sets   the   height   of   your backdrop. 2)   Bases   -   the   steel   plate that   goes   underneath   each upright    to    provide    overall stability and support. 3)     Support     Rods     -     the adjustable    horizontal    pipe that     sets     width     of     your backdrop. 4) and finally the backdrop. . HOW TO PUT TOGETHER: . Unfold   the   backdrop   out   to   its   desired   or   full   length,   where   you   are planning   on   putting   it   up   (make   sure   the   floor   is   clean).      Put   a base   weight   at   each   end   and   place   one   in   the   middle   (assuming you   are   using   a   20x10ft   backdrop).      Place   the   three   adjustable uprights   on   to   the   spigots   on   the   base   plate.      Take   the   support rods   and   open   to   the   required   length,   then   hook   them   into   the   slit at   the   top   of   the   adjustable   uprights,   do   this   with   both   support rods.      Use   cable   ties/string   etc.,   through   the   eyelets   to   attach   the backdrop   to   the   support   rod.      Now   raise   the   adjustable   uprights   to the   desired   height,   by   holding   the   bottom   part   of   the   upright   and with the other hand push the top part up.  To   lower   the   pipe   and   drape   system   there   are   two   silver   buttons on   the   adjustable   uprights,   hold   the   top   section   with   one   hand   and push   up   the   two   silver   buttons   with   the   other,   push   up      slightly and it should all just lower down, do this for each upright. If you need any further information on our stands then please contact us.
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If you require a stand for your backdrop this page covers everything you

need to know.

PIPE AND DRAPE INFORMATION: If you're unfamiliar with the pipe and drape system, you might think it will be difficult to put together, but if you follow the information below it is really quite easy. Firstly,   let's   get   a   basic   understanding   of   the   pieces   that   are   involved   in pipe and drape system. There are only 4 basic components to it. 1) Uprights - the aluminium vertical pipe sets the height of your backdrop. 2)    Bases    -    the    steel    plate that   goes   underneath   each upright    to    provide    overall stability and support. 3)      Support      Rods      -      the adjustable     horizontal     pipe     sets width of your backdrop 4) and finally the backdrop.   HOW TO PUT TOGETHER: Unfold    the    backdrop    out    to    its    desired    or    full    length,    where    you    are planning   on   putting   it   up   (make   sure   the   floor   is   clean).      Put   a   base   weight at   each   end   and   place   one   in   the   middle   (assuming   you   are   using   a   20x10ft backdrop).      Place   the   three   adjustable   uprights   on   to   the   spigots   on   the base   plate.      Take   the   support   rods   and   open   to   the   required   length,   then hook   them   into   the   slit   at   the   top   of   the   adjustable   uprights,   do   this   with both   support   rods.      Use   cable   ties/string   etc.,   through   the   eyelets   to   attach the   backdrop   to   the   support   rod.      Now   raise   the   adjustable   uprights   to   the desired   height,   by   holding   the   bottom   part   of   the   upright   and   with   the other hand push the top part up.  To   lower   the   pipe   and   drape   system   there   are   two   silver   buttons   on   the adjustable   uprights,   hold   the   top   section   with   one   hand   and   push   up   the two   silver   buttons   with   the   other,   push   up      slightly   and   it   should   all   just lower down, do this for each upright.
Uprights A 10ft Assembled Frame Support Rods Base
HELPFUL TIPS TO KEEP IN MIND 1) Every upright needs a base underneath it. Unless you already have some pipe and drape hardware, you should always have the same amount of bases as you do uprights. 2) Each end of the drape support rod needs an upright to hold it up. Otherwise, it wouldn't be supported at each hook. 3) Remember that pipe and drape is intended to be a temporary display, not a permanent structure; it is not bolted to a wall or the floor. Never use it in an unsafe manner. If you are having difficulties putting the stands together then please feel free to give us a call on 0114 251 3587.
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