What is a pantograph used for? A pantograph is a mechanical device that enables a load, e.g a luminaire, to be suspended by means of balancing the load with two or more constant tension springs. Once the system is balanced, the load can be positioned at any height within the range of the Pantograph by simply raising or lowering the load by hand.
Pantograph from Doughty Engineering: The Doughty Sprung Pantographs have been designed to be compact with strength, safety, and ease.
Loads of up to 79lbs can be suspended from overhead tracks or barrels. The standard pantograph can be up to 5 meters(16.4ft) long. Each Pantograph is fitted with a 1 7/64 inch Spigot (top) and a three-point receiver (bottom). Heavy-duty cable clips are fitted to take.
Lightweight Pantographs are also available on MTN SHOP.
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