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Curtain Tracks

Curtain Track System

When replacing stage curtains, please take time to review and inspect all of the equipment that will support your new curtains. This process is very important in order for your new curtains to hang correctly and work properly without premature wear and tear. Beck Studios is able to assist you in this process, if you wish. Please fill out the information below to the best of your knowledge and one of our experienced sales staff will respond to your request within 24 hours. If you would like to speak with us directly, please call 1-800-426-6790 between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. eastern time Monday through Friday.

Curtain Tracks

SILENT STEEL® Model 280 Curtain Tracks

Curtain tracks (Model 2800) shall be of 14 gauge galvanized steel construction, entirely enclosed except for slot in bottom, each half to be in one continuous piece except where splicing clamps are required. Each curtain carrier (Model 2801) shall be spaced on 12" centers and shall be of nylon (or steel) construction supported from a ball-bearing by two polyethylene wheels held to ball-bearing by rustproof nickel plated rivet, such wheels rolling on two separate parallel treads. Each curtain carrier shall consist of a free-moving plated swivel and sufficient trim chain to accommodate curtain snap hook. Live-end pulley (Model 2803) and Dead-end pulley (Model 2804) blocks shall be adjustable and shall be equipped with 3" diameter sleeve-bearing wheels adequately guarded. A rubber bumper shall be attached to each curtain carrier to function as noise reducer. The manufacturer shall furnish two end stops (Model 2809) for placement at each track end and a tension floor pulley (Model 2865) for increasing cord tension. Stretch-resistant operating cord (Model 2828 for hand operation and Model 2829 for machine operation) shall have synthetic or wire center and shall be of 3/8", or 3/16" diameter. If Back-pack devices are used with this track Model 2833 is used for hand operated track systems and Model 2834 is used for machine operated track systems. Model 280 as manufactured by Automatic Devices Company of Allentown, PA.

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BESTEEL® Model 170 Curtain Tracks

Curtain tracks shall be of 14 gauge galvanized steel construction entirely enclosed except for slot in bottom, each half to be in one continuous piece except where splicing clamps are required. Each curtain carrier (Model 1701) shall be spaced on 12" centers and shall be of plated steel construction with two polyethylene wheels held to the steel block by a rust-proof nickel plated rivet, such wheels rolling on two separate parallel treads. Each curtain carrier shall consist of a free-moving plated swivel to accommodate curtain snap hook. Live-end (Model 1703) and Dead-end (Model 1704) pulley blocks shall be adjustable and shall be equipped with 1-13/16" diameter sleeve-bearing wheels adequately guarded. The manufacturer shall furnish two end stops (Model 1709) for placement at each track end and a tension floor pulley (Model 2865) for increasing cord tension. Stretch-resistant operating cord (Model 1728), for hand operated track systems, shall have synthetic center and shall be of 1/4" diameter, extra quality yarn. Machine operated tracks shall use 3/16" diameter wire center cable (Model 3529). Model 170 as manufactured by Automatic Devices Company of Allentown, PA.

RIG-I-FLEX Model 140 Curtain Tracks

RIG-I-FLEX® Model 140 Curtain Tracks

Curtain tracks (Model 1400) shall be of 11 gauge extruded aluminum I-Beam construction consisting of a center rib and top, intermediate and bottom flanges. Each curtain carrier (Model 4201) shall be spaced on 12" centers and shall be of steel construction to include two nylon-tired ball-bearing wheels rolling on two separate parallel treads. Each curtain carrier shall consist of a free-moving plated swivel to accommodate curtain snap hook. Live-end (Model 1403) and Dead-end (Model 1404) pulley blocks shall be equipped with sleeve-bearing wheels adequately guarded. Nylon snap-on spacers shall be attached to wheel supports of curtain carriers. The manufacturer shall furnish two end stops (Model 4209) for placement at track ends and a tension floor pulley (Model 2865) for increasing cord tension. Track shall be rigidly supported from ceiling clamps (Model 1423) or hanging clamps (Model 4208). Stretch-resistant operating cord (Model 1728 for hand operating tracks and Model 3529 for machine operated tracks) shall have synthetic or wire center and shall be of 1/4" or 3/16" diameter. Curves require ball-bearing spindles (Models 1458 & 1459) and ball-bearing idlers (Model 1460). 1-1/4" I.D. stiffening pipe or the equivalent shall be used to support both straight and curved areas of all suspended curved tracks. Model 140 as manufactured by Automatic Devices Company of Allentown, PA.

PATRIARC Model 500 Curtain Tracks

PATRIARC® Model 500 Curtain Tracks

Curtain tracks (Model 5000) shall be of 7 gauge extruded aluminum I-channel construction consisting of a center rib and top, intermediate and bottom flanges. Each curtain carrier (Model 5001) shall be spaced on 12" centers and shall be of steel construction to include two nylon-tired ball-bearing wheels rolling on two separate parallel treads. Each curtain carrier shall consist of a free-moving plated swivel to accommodate curtain snap hook. Live-end (Model 5003) and Dead-end (Model 5004) pulley blocks shall be equipped with 5" diameter ball-bearing wheels adequately guarded. Nylon cable guides (Model 5058) shall be furnished for the purpose of guiding operating cable along the contour of the factory-formed curved track channel. Operating cable (Model 5029) shall be of 3/16" diameter extruded nylon with wire-center. 1 - 1/4" I.D. stiffening pipe or the equivalent shall be used to support both straight and curved areas of all suspended curved tracks. The manufacturer shall furnish two end stops (Model 5009) for placement at track ends. Model 500 as manufactured by Automatic Devices Company of Allentown, PA.

 

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