Self-supporting towers are used for radio base stations, radio and broadcasting plants. The supporting structure normally has a square section made of open (L or C-shaped) steel profiles, or triangular with cylindrical legs. The base segment is connected to the foundation anchor bolts cast into the foundations. The various segments formed by the legs and section breakers are composed of bolted joints or single segments partially or wholly welded.
Self-Supporting Towers are appropriate for nearly all wireless communication applications. Self-Supporting Towers are typically three or four sided lattice type structures made from solid rod, pipe, or angle. Self-supporting Towers are ideal for installations where space requirements are limited.. Self-supporting towers are inexpensive to purchase, transport, and install. Self-Supporting Towers are ideal for cellular towers, wireless internet towers, broadcast towers, radio towers, homeland security towers, and wind towers.