The Hex 50 – Industrial Gazebo is perfect covering for Trade Shows!
The Hex 50 – Industrial Gazebo has a 50mm hexagonal frame made from aluminium. The internal structure is made using ribbed tubes, adding strength. With metal elements throughout, the Hex 50 is our strongest gazebo. Our Hex 50 Frame can be adjusted to 5 different heights using the quick release pins.
The gazebo is quickly set up using the pop up system, complete build in just three minutes. When not in use the gazebo frame fits neatly into a carrier wheelie bag. The canopy is made using water resistant material. This material is fire proof in accordance to BS 7837:1996. The Hex 50 Gazebo is available in multiple colours, with side walls and half walls to match.
MCD Home and Garden also stock a wide range of Outdoor Dining Sets, Weights, Connectors and Spare Parts. To discover our gazebo accessories, Click Here.
Pop Up gazebos can be fully customised and branded. We offer a full HD, colour DYE Sublimation printing service, including walls, roof and valance. We have an in house design team who will assist with design and branding concepts. Helping you to visual your concept.
Click Here to speak to a member of our team about customizing.
How to set up a Pop Up Gazebo
Step 1 –
Remove the gazebo from the storage bag. Stand the frame up on it’s legs. Ensure this is the centre of the area you want to cover. With two people standing either side of the frame, slowly open the gazebo by lifting it off the ground slightly. This will ensure there is no damage to the frame’s feet. Open it about half way and stop. Unfold and loosely place the canopy into position on top of the frame.
Step 2 –
With each person holding the middle truss bar on opposite sides. Open the frame until it is about 95% open. Remeber to be careful, don’t pinch your fingers.
For our 3m x 6m option, each person should grab the middle leg on each side.
Step 3 –
Engage the auto slider at each corner. This is done by pushing up with one hand while holding down on top of the leg with the other hand. You should hear a click from the ‘O’ ring, engaging with the hole. Repeat this on all other legs.
Step 4 –
At each corner, pull the hem of the canopy down to the bar. Secure the Velcro so the top is tight, with no sagging. The canopy can be further secured to the frame using the snap clip straps.
Step 5 –
Lift the two adjacent outer legs up together. Pull the inner leg until it clicks into place. Repeat this on other legs. Raise the gazebo to the desired height using the quick release pins.