Lattice Tower SpecificationsDesign SpecificationsTower design specifications provided:1. Mass of Tower2. Mass of cat ladder3. Maximum forces (Per leg)4. Site altitude5. Design and survival wind speeds6. Mean wind return7. Artificial base height8. Antenna, cat ladder, feeder and tower loading area9. All steelwork 350WA10. Bolts Grade 8.8Fabrication SpecificationsFabrication is carried out at our Brakpan plant making extensive use of CNC machines for the manufacture of tower parts.All towers designed and manufactured according to South African Bureau of Standards specifications SABS763, SABS 0162, SABS 0160 and the respective ISO, DIN-, and IEC specifications and corresponds to the requirements of the job safety regulations.All our products are subject to internal quality procedures to ensure quality and reliability of all parts.Tower parts are not painted during manufacturing, but paint can be packed and shipped as an option.Lattice Towers - Standard ModelsThree and four legged angular lattice towers, complete with cat and cable ladders, internal working and resting platforms with safety rails, aircraft warning lights, antenna brackets, down conductor, foundation holding down bolts and template.Three legged towers: Heights between 20m and 70m, antenna loading between 12 - 25m². Wind speed typically 40m/s.Four legged towers: Heights between 36m and 100m, antenna loading between 17 - 56m². Wind speed typically 40m/s.Full tower and foundation designs provided with towers in PDF format. A General Assembly drawing issued with each tower shipped.Additional designs available with different wind speeds and antenna loading criteria.
We Design, Manufacture and Export steel Lattice Towers, Tree Masts, Monopoles and civil structures for Cellular BTS and Microwave backbone routes to African, Middle Eastern and European Countries. Our heavy engineering section is equipped to do plasma cutting of plates, plate bending and sub-arc welding.Our factory processes on average 3000 tons of steel per month. This is the equivalent of 150 - 200 towers per month.
•Lattice Towers for Telecommunications•Rapid Deployment Sites (RDS)•Monopoles for Telecommunications•Tree Masts for Cellular Sites•Heavy Engineering•Plasma Cutting, Plate Bending, Sub-arc Welding•Special Projects, Pedestrian bridges, Power sub-stations, etc.