communication single galvanized tube steel monopole computer antenna tower also called monopole tower, is a commonly used type. It belongs to the field of pipe tower technology, including tower body and working platform on top of the tower. At the bottom and on the working platform of the tower, there is a door opening respectively, antenna support is fixed on the fence of the platform.
|Service Life||More than 50 years|
|Surface Treatment||Hot-dipped galvanized|
|Design Standard||GB / ANSI/TIA-222-G|
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Design, materials, manufacturing and installation of the structures shall be in accordance to local standards and regulations. If such standards are locally not available or not applicable for the works under this scope, latest versions of international standards as described in design section are applied. The manufacturer(s) must have a valid, ISO 9000 certificate, certified by an internationally accepted quality organization.
Mainly two different structure types are used in telecommunication networks that are:
- Self Supporting Towers
Features of monopole computer antenna tower
Each shaft section is a constant-tapered hollow steel section up to 53 feet in length.
Slip joints are designed with a minimum of 1-1/2 times the pole diameter at the splice.
Pole shafts are fabricated from low-alloy, high-strength steel.
All poles are hot-dipped galvanized after fabrication per
Foundation designs are included per customer-furnished soils report.
A formal stress analysis and drawing package is provided for building permit submissions.