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Telescopic Mast can be deployed at wind speeds up to 80 mph.

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October 15, 2009 - Designed for communications, reconnaissance, and surveillance applications, Telescopic Mast System can reach heights of 60 ft or more with loads of over 1,000 lb, and is capable of resisting lateral loads and withstanding high wind situations. Self-guided lifting column is powered by Rigid Chain, which is a mechanical actuator that is flexible in one direction and forms steel beam in other direction. Custom-designed as well as harsh environment models are available.

SERAPID, Inc.

5400 18 Mile Rd., Sterling Heights, MI, 48314, USA

Original Press Release

Serapid Introduces New Telescopic Mast

Press release date: October 12, 2009

SERAPID, Inc introduces their new Telescopic Mast system, powered by the Rigid Chain.

This telescopic mast unit is a self-guided lifting column that provides smooth motion at high speed with no drift. It is the perfect solution for long strokes and heavy loads. It can reach heights of 60 feet or more with loads of over 1000 pounds. Harsh environment models are also available, as well as custom-designed models.

SERAPID's revolutionary system is designed for communications, reconnaissance and surveillance applications. The mast is capable of resisting lateral loads and withstanding high wind situations. It can be deployed at wind speeds up to 80 MPH.

SERAPID, Inc specializes in horizontal and vertical motion through use of our Rigid Chain Technology. The Rigid Chain is a telescopic mechanical actuator that is flexible in one direction and forms a steel beam in the other direction. It is used in a variety of industries - automotive, stage and theater, nuclear, defense, aerospace and medical.

For more information, visit SERAPID's web site: www.serapid.com. They can also be reached by phone at 800-663-4514.

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