You should have an idea of how long the rails will need to be for your studio.
If you need longer rails, the fixed rails can always be extended using Rail Joining Plates (BW-2633). Moving rails cannot be extended.
At every point where a fixed rail crosses a moving rail you will need a Double Carriage (BW-2603) and for stability it is recommended that you use at least one Double Carriage with Brake (BW-2602) on each moving rail.
It is very important that you use the correct fixings for your ceiling or support system, and that you use enough of them to safely support the weight of the HiGlide system and all the equipment being suspended from it.
Always attach to a load bearing part of the structure (wall,ceiling or support system). If the ceiling height is too high, use the Drop Support to lower the height of the fixed rails so that they are at the correct level. It is important that the fixed rails are level when secured or the moving rails will not stay in position.
By now you will have decided how many items you are going to hang from the rails. Everything will need a carriage to mount it onto the rail.
For lighter weight items use a Single Carriage (BW-2604), for heavier items the 6 Wheel Carriage (BW-2628) will allow for easier, more fluid movement.
To add items after your HiGlide has been installed, you can use the Addalite Carriage (BW-2628) will allow for easier, more fluid movement.
If your lights are always at the same height then a fixed Length Extension Tube can be used along with an additional Adaptor Spigot (BW-2652).
The LiteLift Pantographs allow lights to be easily raised and lowered. Each LiteLift is supplied with type 1 & 2 springs. If the item you are mounting weighs more than 5.4Kg you will need additional stronger type 3 & 4 springs.
If you plan to use heavy accessories on your lights a Centre of Gravity Bar (BW-2622) should be used to counter balance the weight.