Our selection of trussing and stands for hire in Kent is vast and covers a multitude of requirements from lightweight deco to mother grid, speaker stand to line array tower.
We stock trussing products from Thomas truss (James Thomas Engineering) , Prolyte truss, Global Truss, Mobil truss and Guil.
We are happy to advise and assist with your rigging requirements from dry hire to installation and can advise on the different types of truss available including suitability to the project.
Everything from single pipe, ladder truss, triangle truss and square / box truss.
Trussing and rigging finds uses across a broad range of industries, its a very useful equipment type for its ability to quickly create strong rigging systems for lighting, sound , video, banners and curtains.
The backbone of every event!
We keep in stock a range of accessories, corners, brackets, self lifting systems and sundries.
Phonophobia stock self lifting line array towers as well as a range of winch operated lighting stands for heavy duty ground supported requirements, the industry favourite manfrotto doughty easy lift down to air cushioned or basic speaker and lighting stands.
Big Fans of Germanys K&M stands we exclusively use this brand for our microphone stands and corporate heavy base speaker stands.
Maximum height of 6.4 meters with a safe working load of 400 kilos. These self lifting line array towers can be assembled on site by one man, the main truss mast is supplied with its own winch to lift into … Read more
"Our company has been working in the corporate entertainment industry for over ten years and have worked with many different technical suppliers. The Phonophobia team are the height of professionalism and the most conscientious company out there. The technical staff are highly skilled, hard working and easy to communicate with and the equipment is all maintained to the highest standards. The support and backup offered in between contracts is invaluable to us and correspondence is picked up and replied to immediately. It's a pleasure and a breath of fresh air working with Mark and the Phonophobia team. We would never think to call anyone else."