Telescopic Masts, Custom Made in the UK by Total Mast Solutions
Case Studies from Total Mast Solutions
Background: Christy Lighting is a worldwide leader in the supply of lighting solutions and electrical installations. Task: Due to complaints from residents, local planning authorities have dictated that the retracted height of the lighting columns at Little Marlow athletics track should be no more than 5 metres. Solution: Total mast solutions provided 10 x 15 metre 250mm Ø mast systems
Background: MLE Pyrotechnics required masts for firework displays at numerous events, the first of which was at the closing event at Stanford Hall (video below). Task: Precision altitude firework display, released in timed bursts. Solution: 5 x 12m 101mm Ø portable mast systems. Results:
Background: Sport AV is an international provider of cutting edge technology solutions, interactive technologies and audio visual equipment to the sports and education industries. We provide them with an innovative, professional and cost effective solution, still maintaining an individual approach to clients’ needs. Through consultation with our customers, Sport AV has developed a number of unique products which fulfil the
Our telescopic masts are in use for creating special effects on stage on film locations. One application is a mast that extends through the stage floor during the pantomime Jack and the beanstalk and the mast is the growing beanstalk. Another application is a mast that sprays special bio degradable foam onto film sets to create the illusion of snow.
We have been working closely with a high profile military / naval customer (Kelvin Hughes) to provide a mast solution to deploy their new and innovative radar and camera surveillance system. It has been specifically designed for such applications as boarder and perimeter surveillance and protection of large installations such as petro chemical plants. This will be on our exhibition
We are working closely with the Institute of biological, environmental and rural science at the university of Aberystwyth to develop a new mast system that can be transported into extremely remote forestry. It can also be deployed on very steep hillsides. Part of the development will be to design a method of gathering leaf samples from tree canopy’s at 20
Our masts can be used inverted (upside down) and the common application for this is inspection of chambers, vestals etc. The mast can be winched downwards / upwards and also used in the usual vertical way. We recently sold an inverted mast to a customer who was using a scanning device to inspect a petrochemical vessel.
Background: Kelvin Hughes Ltd is a world leader in the development, manufacture and supply of maritime navigation, surveillance and security radar systems. The company sets the international standard in solid state radar sensor technology with SharpEye™ and its market leading tactical and situational awareness radar display software’s. Task: A rapid deployment free standing surveillance systems which can be transported in