Portable canopies that literally set up in seconds. Sizes range from 5' x 5' up to 10' x 20'. Larsens, Inc. is an authorized KD Kanopy distributor.
The four major components of a separating zipper are: box pin teeth slider A separating zipper does just what its' name says.. it separates like the zipper on a jacket. To engage the zipper start with the slider at the very bottom. Insert the "pin" through the slider and into the "box". Pull the slider up the zipper "teeth" to the end. The...
A roof end vent is a mesh insert with a roll-up cover. This vent provides ventilation for the canopy.
The spider connector or coupling for rafters, spacers, and vertical support poles.
The spring pole acts as an anchoring post for the side skirts and ground pole. It attaches to a bracket on the trailer at each end of the canopy. The foot base is spring loaded so it rides up and down depending on the weight in the trailer and the terrain.
A Storefront style roof is available on fully enclosed canopies. The rafters create a peak which gives more headroom and creates the illusion of more space. The removable triangular shaped storefront allows for better graphics visibility from the ground than a standard slope roof.
A standard extension follows the line of the trailer (curbside or roadside). A wrap "turns the corner" around the front or rear of the trailer. It terminates on the opposite side. The photo shows a "rear extension wrap" turning the corner on the lift gate end of a semi.
Used on cantilevered canopy frames, a horizontal brace stabilizes the rafter with a return to the trailer wall.
Horizontal aluminum poles used to hang half height skirts. They also serve as supporting "window sills" for zip down windows. Height is adjustable.
Standard canopies mount onto the Curbside or Roadside of the trailer. A Roadside mount goes on the driver's side of the trailer, facing the street. Sometimes referred to as a street side mount.