Self-supporting tower

A self-supporting tower is an ultimate solution by mounting an antenna support without necessity to build the foundation. The tower is weighted with foundation blocks.

Distinctive features

  • In many countries it is considered as a temporary construction due to absence of the foundation. No building permission is required;
  • The minimum time required for object construction;
  • Simple maintenance;
  • High antenna load capability;
  • Mobility (the possibility of multiple relocation).

Standard heights: up to 50 m.
Wind region: up to 5.

Application sphere, placement of

  • mobile base station antennas;
  • radio-relay system antennas;
  • television and radio antennas;
  • navigation, radar and other systems.

Standard specification

  • tower bearing constructions;
  • brackets for installation of antennas and other technological equipment;
  • constructions of the bearing frame ;
  • lifting ladder;
  • ladder safety system for elevation of people (back guardrail);
  • mounting constructions of feeder ways;
  • rest platform during the ascent to a tower;
  • work platform;
  • lightning protection system (lightning rod with a conductor and mounting hardware);
  • protection system against unauthorized access, etc.;
  • a set of mounting materials;
  • assembly documentation.

Additional equipment

  • additional rest and equipment maintenance platforms;
  • ladder safety system for elevation (safety profile with carriage);
  • the feeder bridge from the tower to a container or process room;
  • aircraft warning system;
  • electrical boxes.

Design features

  • the towers consist of unified prefabricated sections. The altitude of the section may compose either 5 or 10 meters;
  • the upper section is a triangular prism, whereas other sections – truncated pyramid of triangular cross-section;
  • belts of the section are made of round tubes;
  • the grid of the sections is made of square cross-section profiles;
  • type of the section joints – bolted flange joints;
  • bolted fixing of the grid cross stay to the section belts.