What sizes platforms are available?
Easy Lite platforms are available in 3'x3' and 4'x4' in sizes. Steps, triangles and quarter round platforms are also available.
How much weight can an Easy Lite platform support?
Easy Lite platforms are capable of supporting 185 lbs per sq. foot (900 KGS/sq. meter). That means that just one of our 4'x 4' stage platforms can support 2200lbs! And one of our 3' x 3' stage platforms can support 1665lbs! Wow!
How tall are Easy Lite risers and what is the maximum safe stage height setup?
Easy Lite risers are offered in 8", 16", 24" and 32". Easy Lite risers can be double stacked to increase the stage height through the use of ourISREK hardware. The max height that an Easy Lite system can be setup is 64".
Are riser heights adjustable?
Riser heights are not adjustable, however, risers are interchangeable meaning a single stage platform could be placed on either an 8" riser or a 32" riser. Risers can also be stacked on top of each other to increase their height (up to two risers) through the use of ISREK hardware.
Will steps be required for my stage configuration and is any additional hardware required?
We recommend the use of steps on stages taller than 8". Each step also requires 1 package of ISSJ hardware to properly secure it to its adjoining step or stage.
Can an Easy Lite system be setup on uneven ground?
We recommend that Easy Lite systems be set up on level flat ground. If slight variations in floor height occur, however, we recommend the use of our ISSTCUP stacking cup designed to help level the stage surface and ensure that all risers feet are in firm contact with the ground.
How are platforms locked or secured together?
Each Easy Lite platform has an integrated locking platform to platform mechanism that secures all platforms together. The mechanism is operated through the use of an allen wrench hex key that is provided with each platform. The hex key easily stores away into the aluminum stage profile when not in use.
How are platforms locked or secured to risers?
Easy Lite platforms lock to risers at platform corners through the use of an allen wrench hex key that is provided with each platform.