Big Foot Systems repositions its Light Duty range

Published:  03 October, 2013

Big Foot Systems, framework support. flat roof

Big Foot Systems has repositioned its Light Duty range of free-standing framework systems to increase market share. Designed primarily to support air-conditioning equipment and small air-handling units on flat roofs, the range has been extended and is available at prices that are said to bring into question the use of other solutions.

The Light Duty range of non-penetrative systems is quick to install. Frameworks for equipment from most manufactures is available next day from stock. Custom frames are designed and kitted from standard componentry.

Engineered solutions offer 1.2 and 1.5 m cross bars on frames from 1 to 15 m long. This flexibility helps site larger VRF units, which can be over 1.2 m long.

The height of leg assemblies can be adjusted, and there are three foot sizes to distribute load evenly on flat roofs.

For more information on this story, click here: Oct 2013, 174

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