The rigger is entrusted with making sure that the gear stays securely in the air and the people on the ground. Reggae Tech’s rigger will measure and plot the suspension points from which all gear will hang. He must take in account the stress limits of the roof or ceiling of the venue, the load capacity of the motors and cables, and the distribution of weight for the gear to be hung. We use a chain motors that power an automated hoist system.
It is responsibility of the rigger to raise the motors, using spansets (strong nylon straps) and shackles to attach truss, audio arrays, or scenery to the motor. Regular inspection, maintenance, and repair of gear are vital to safe operation, and are the job of each of our riggers.
With such a technical job you need the best, Reggae Tech.