Self-supporting mast

A self-supporting mast is an ultimate solution by mounting an antenna support without necessity to build the foundation. The mast is mounted on independent supporting plates and weighted with foundation blocks. A supporting node of the mast allows to regulate the base in vertical plane in relation to the supporting plates.

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 for object construction.
  • 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,
  • antennas for the Internet service providers,
  • CCTV systems and other equipment.

Standard specification

  • mast bearing constructions,
  • brackets for installation of antennas and other technological equipment,
  • ladder safety system for elevation of people (8 mm tow),
  • holding elements of guy wires,
  • lightning protection system (lightning rod with a conductor and mounting hardware),
  • a metal core tow used for guy wires,
  • a set of mounting materials,
  • assembly documentation.

Additional equipment

  • ladder safety system for elevation of people (safety profile with carriage);
  • aircraft warning system;
  • electrical boxes.

Design features

  • the masts consist of unified, lattice, spatial, welded sections of regular cross-section with base of 0,456 meters. Hight of each section is 3 meters;
  • mast trunk is unfixed with guy wires;
  • the lower part of the mast has a pyramidal shape with transition to truss bearings with foundation base from 8 to 12 meters;
  • a supporting node of the mast allows the regulation of the base in vertical plane in relation to supporting plates;
  • connections of the mast elements are bolted, fixing of guy wires to bearing parts of the mast is performed using compressions which make it possible to rearrange the guy wires for different hights of the mast.