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95% of the stand is made of the aluminum alloy AlMgSi (AW 6060).

In structural engineering, it is primarily used due to its light weight, corrosion resistance, high strength, as well as its exceptional processability and weldability.

Another significant benefit of aluminum is its infinite recyclability.

We procure all materials in large quantities to maintain ample stock, mitigate fluctuations in purchase prices, and minimize the negative impacts of transportation.


All the hardware supplied with our stands is made of A2 stainless steel.

Stainless steel (grade A2, also known as SAE 304) is an obvious choice for its excellent resistance to all weather conditions. Screws, rivet nuts, and adjustable feet made of this material show no signs of corrosion or wear even after years of use and dozens of exhibitions indoors and outdoors in all kinds of weather.


Thanks to modern technologies, we are able to design specific solutions for individual structural elements of our stands.

The upper part of the main frame of the stand and both side pieces snap-in perfectly together, creating a solid connection even without the use of bolts.

The joint between the main frame and the base is shaped in a way that completely prevents its loosening even under high wind loads.

All holes for rivet nuts have a hexagonal shape, which eliminates wear of the contact surfaces and loosening of the rivet nuts under repeated stress.


It requires four specific steps to guarantee maximum durability and flawless appearance.

Step 1. Preparation

Each part of the stand is individually sanded. We specifically pay attention to sections cut by CNC laser, ensuring there are no sharp edges. During this process, we also thoroughly inspect the surfaces for any dents or other defects.

Step 2. Chemical Cleaning

All parts undergo a chemical cleaning. This process removes any unwanted impurities, oils, even fingerprints which could weaken the paint.

Step 3. Chromating

Chromating is a type of electroplating. It is an electrochemical process used to apply a layer of chrome onto the substrate material, creating a protective layer of passivated metal on the surface.

This is an extremely important step as it reduces reactivity, improves durability, and enhances corrosion resistance for both surface finishing and aluminium alloy.

Step 4. Powder Coating

Powder coating is a dry finishing process that utilizes electrostatic application (ESA) to achieve a perfectly even final surface. Due to the electric charge, the dry powder adheres to the metal surface. Each part is then baked in a curing oven at a temperature of 250°C.

The result is a smooth, hard surface that is more resistant than regular paint. It withstands impacts, moisture, chemicals, and extreme weather conditions. This reduces the risk of scratches, chipping, abrasion, corrosion, fading, and other wear-related issues.

The ESA method minimizes the amount of paint used, making it highly cost-effective and environmentally friendly.


Regardless of how complex the technologies and manufacturing processes may be, the key to success is always the people who carry them out.

We take pride in manufacturing our stands locally and collaborating with companies we have known for many years. We personally know all our suppliers. Together, we can strive for the highest quality and minimize dependencies on suppliers outside the EU. Supporting the local economy is important to us.