Types Of Lattice Towers
|Name:||self supporting Telecommunication Lattice Towers|
|Standard||ASTM or ISO|
|Surface Coating||Hot Dip Galvanization or Painting|
|Welding||CO2 Welding or Submerged arc auto methods|
|Spare Parts||Parts for connection or installation will be provided|
Made from individually bolted angle steel pieces, these Lattice towers and masts are ideally suited to larger towers. Angle steel is most commonly used for the construction of Electricity Transmission Towers
Solid tube is slim for low visual impact and has high load carrying capabilities. Hollow tube is the strongest and lightest solution used for the tallest towers in the china.
Freestanding towers or truss towers are generally larger at the bottom than the top but require a smaller footprint than a guyed structure. The tallest in the world is the Kiev TV Tower, kehang at 385metres, the most famous being the Eiffel Tower, Paris.
Very tall, slim and the cheapest to construct but rely completely on guy wires to provide stability. Commonly used for TV broadcast antenna’s. A Partially Guyed tower is a free-standing tower with an additional guyed mast added to the top. Read more about guyed lattice towers