Aluminum Truss for Trade Show Display Booths and Convention Hall Exhibits3 Chord / Triangle Truss PART: EDT10-T2W60 / 10″ Wide 2 Way 60° Junction Apex Up or Down
10″ Wide 2 Way 60° Junction Apex Up/Down (EDT10-T2W60). 3 chord, aluminum triangle truss is a cost efficient approach to trade show exhibit display booths requiring structural strength for long spans that exceed 10ft. Triangle truss nests together when packing for cost effective shipping and easy transport to any venue. Triangle truss can be used for about anything you can imagine including tradeshow tabletop displays, trade show tables, trade show display stands and finish lines. Due to its increased durability, triangle truss is perfect for supporting trade show supplies and trade show banners.
Aluminum Truss Parts and Portable Displays
All of our Trade Show Truss Systems are fabricated with the best materials and professionally crafted to provided a lifetime of operation. If you cant find what you are looking for, we can custom fabricate parts to suit your needs.
Our truss systems are constructed of durable, high-strength aluminum and steel for supporting LCD or LED Monitor Stands, banner stands and sign frames, lighting truss displays and other marketing accessories and advertising. 2″ chord truss is fantastic for larger modular aluminum truss systems, perimeter booths, Peninsula Booth, finish lines and truss starting lines, lecterns and podiums, and just about anything you can think of.
Our truss display booths are designed to be set up fast and easy. All 10″ Wide Aluminum Truss parts (2″ Chord Diameter) use a 2″ tube connection insert system. The 2″ Tube Connection System fits all 10″, 12″, 18″ and 24″ Inch Wide Truss Parts. All insert spigots made with 6061-T6 (SS) Aluminum. The 2″ chord truss connecting system is a simple insert secured with a M10 Nylock nut and bolt with 17mm wrenches. It is a strong, reliable, and easy to use method of assembly. For a very fast set up without any tools, quick clips can be used instead of the standard nuts and bolts.