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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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Support Rods
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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.
Uprights
A 10ft Assembled Frame
Support Rods
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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 t h a t s e t s 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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