Assembling the Market stall K2, K4…
Parts Stall K2
(+ further sections K4, K6 ...)
2 Side parts (Seitenteile) S
- with Diagonal supports in front - Q
2 Gabeln G (horizontal holders)
3 Auflagestangen (Pins) A - one of it with screw nut M8 - M
& butterfly screw M8 x 80 -
2 Storm-props (Sturmstützen) r./l. St
4 Counter boards (Auflagebretter)
1 Tarpaulin (Plane) - 2 + 1 crossbars inside
Short version1. Start with the pack of 3 Auflagestangen A (horizontal pins), unscrew and select the one with the screw nut M in it, fit it to one of the Seitenteile S (side parts) - see Pic1 -Diagonal supports Q on S face to the front. Fit the second S to opposite side of A as Pic 2. Take both Q to the middle of A (screw nut! M) and fix it from the inside with the butterfly screw. Plug in the two other A in rear and top. (to reach the top you can knee/step on both A near S).
- All G fit to the right side of S - no symmetry! - no left or right parts!
Important:Tighten the canvas, so no water can collect on top! - Turn in, Brace, Pin!
- especially important for colored tarpaulins from stiff artificial material!
Zipfel stall: Now put in the support ("Rakete") in the cone of the canvas and erect it on top A (- you can knee on the table near sides of S for help, max. point load ca. 75 kg).
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roof covert stall depth 240 cm
free walk space 200 cm
counter height 75 cm
counter depth 100 cm
space behind counter 80 cm
space in front of counter 60 cm
(covered for costumer)
3,2 x 5,2 cm
table (in 4 parts 50 x 100 cm) 200 x 100 cm
bearing load of table not less than 80 kg
packaging structure K2
approx. 240 x 30 x 20 cm
table parts 100 x 50 x 5 cm
weight K2 2m with tarpaulin approx. 40 kg
weight K4 4m with tarpaulin approx. 75 kg
Transport bag for structure market stall K2 - K4
1.) How can I clean the canvas?
Once dried, the canvas maybe brushed off to remove dust and soil.
Water without soap will help to remove deeper stains in the fabric
(using carefully a high pressure cleaner if available). Chemical
cleaning products should not be used, as they will damage the
waterproofing of the canvas. As a result, some discolouration may
remain after cleaning, which can only be prevented by save handling
during transport and set up (always use supplied bag). Some darkening
in colour due to ageing is normal, but maybe counteracted by long sun
exposure, which may also bleach out discolourations.
Professional chemical cleaning and subsequent waterproofing is not recommended. Experience has shown that the new waterproofing is not satisfactory, is often as expensive as half the price of the new canvas, and the canvas may shrink as a result. Preventing stains is often your best, easiest and cheapest option to care for the canvas, which is undoubtedly the most important (and most expensive) part of the stall.
Find more FAQ in German version.