Event technology for Swiss pharmaceutical company
Stage areas with special requirements
Zoom stage platforms were installed in three auditoriums as infinitely height-adjustable stages. The stage platforms can be easily operated by one person with a drive that can be plugged into the top of the stage and brought to the desired height with millimeter precision. Access points to the plug-in points for media technology installed in the stage platforms are installed in the stage platforms. A special highlight is the all-round facing with elegant parquet flooring, the grain of which runs precisely from one stage podium to the next and further seamlessly into the surrounding mainland floor. In addition, all corners have been mitred, creating an elegant look that becomes part of the ambience of the seminar rooms. A motorized lift platform with Serapid push chain drive, which was clad in the same look, was integrated into the stage area of Zoom platform platforms. This is used to lift wheelchair users and other loads to the respective stage level
The motorized screens in two smaller auditoriums were designed in a size of eight meters wide and five meters high as a roller screen type Superflat with a lateral tensioning mechanism. In the large hall, a motorized screen type T-ROLL with the dimensions 12 x 9m is used.
The light pulls are designed by cable drum drives according to SIL3.
The complete technical ceiling, including maintenance corridors and substructure for mounting, as well as winches and the entire hall ceiling, were manufactured and installed on our behalf.
Curtain rails and curtain pulls
In two smaller auditoriums, project curtain rails are used, over which acoustic curtains, which also serve to darken the room, are moved. In the large auditorium, a Type Universal curtain actuator moves the blackout and acoustic curtain consisting of two parts, each measuring 16x9 metres.
The drives are controlled and operated via a SIL3 type drive control.
Project and construction site management for the above-mentioned trades
TÜCHLER was the contractor for all of the above-mentioned trades and was therefore responsible for their overall design, production and assembly.