Fire Curtain Line Shaft Hoist

In the unfortunate event of a fire, effectively prevent heat, smoke, and flames on stage from reaching the audience with Thern Stage Equipment’s fire curtain line shaft hoist.

Product Description

Our fire curtain line shaft hoist uses a single motor with common shafting to drive one drum for each lift line. This allows for greater load capacities without introducing horizontal loads to the building structure. The integrated hydraulic controller provides automatic lowering for emergencies and conforms to ANSI E1.22 “Entertainment Technology Fire Safety Curtain Systems” and NFPA 80 requirements.

Made to last, our components are comprised of durable, heavy-duty materials. We guarantee consistent service life for your Thern Stage Equipment fire curtain drum hoist by offering a two-year limited warranty to make sure that you’re 100% satisfied.

Key Features

  • Up to 1,700 lbs capacity
  • Upright or underhung orientation
  • Drums alternately grooved to reduce sway
  • Available in multiple three-phase voltages

Operation Guidelines

For installation, preparation, cleaning, and additional operation instructions, please refer to the owner’s manual.

Venue Applications

Large and small theater venues, arenas, churches, museums, convention centers, places of worship, and other large event facilities where a fire curtain is required by code. This hoist is ideal for when a direct-lift, grid-mounted solution is needed.

Customization Options

Thern Stage Equipment will work with you to customize your fire curtain line shaft hoist with the features you need to suit your specific application. Options include:

  • Drum spacing
  • Number of drums

For more information, please contact customer service at 507-454-2996.

Fire Curtain Winch Line Shaft
Performance Specs
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Performance Specs
Series Name Sheave Material Range of Number of Grooves Wire Rope Diameter
FB8 (DP systems) Nylatron or Steel 1 3/4" or 1"
FB12 Nylatron or Steel 1 3/4" or 1"
Resources

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Standard

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