All About Self Supporting Towers
The most common and flexible kind of structure in the wireless industry today is self-supported towers, often referred to as “free standing antenna towers” or “wireless communication towers.”
Self-supporting towers are suitable for virtually any wireless use. Such towers are usually structures consisting of a concrete pole, pipe, or three- or four-sided grid angle. They are suitable for space-limited installations. The towers are inexpensive to purchase, transport and build. It is designed for cell towers, wireless Internet towers, radio towers, towers for the home and towers for wind turbines.
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Self-supported towers for telephone, radio and television stations commonly used. The supporting structure typically consists of a square section composed of open steel (L or C-shaped) or triangular, with cylindrical legs. The base section is related to the anchor pins inserted into the foundations. Various portions of the legs and section breakers are made up of partly or entirely welded bolted joints or portions.
Self-supporting towers are suitable for virtually all applications for wireless communication. They usually consist of three or four sides of the solid tube, tubing, or angle structures and are suitable for installations that have minimal space requirements. Auto-supporting towers are affordable for purchasing, transporting and installation. Self-sustaining towers, Wi-Fi internet towers, broadcasting towers, radio towers, homeland towers and wind towers are suitable for the cell towers.
The self-supporting towers (SSTs) have a stemming template tower, which is built and connected to form a fine structure without further subsidies. The tower is built into the traditional tower framework with a robust frame and retains wind pressure and geographical conditions in the region. The height of the tower is between 30 m and 120 m so that the SST42 M is 42 m in height. The tower is installed on the ground.
There are various types of self-supported towers based on materials, including reinforced concrete, fibreglass, wood and steel towers.
There are many ways of tower construction.
(1) The steel lattice tower makes the most effective use of the material with respect to the efficiency of the materials.
(2) The self-supporting communication tower provides advantages compared to other freestanding types of radio mast that have high power, lightweight and low wind resistance as its open lattice does not expose the full width of the structure to wind.
(3) The self-supporting tower graded as a square, angular tower, a three-angle tower and a monopoly tower by a cross-section.
3-legged and 4-legged self-supporting towers
The self-supporting tower is typically a 4-leg tower, with a steel tube or angle steel framework. The tubular tower is connected by flange and the angle tower of steel by nuts and bolts. Towers that support themselves are typically more costly than towers of the same height. They are often chosen for high-value properties or very small building spaces. While four bear-designed towers exist, the most common tower in America is the triangular, three-leg hot-dip galvanized structure. Self-support tower construction types in knockdown or imported pieces are corner, tubular or solid leg steel.
- Small wind load factor, high wind strength.
- Save land resources and venue. Save property.
- Comfortable transport and installation.
Height of self-supporting towers
The self-supporting tower (SST) has stem built tower which, without any other subsidy. These are compiled and connected to form a self-supporting frame SST Tower is a traditional tower structure which can withstand the wind pressure and geographic condition in the area in which the tower was built. The self -supporting tower, constructed with a solid structure. The tower is from 30 M to 120 M in height. That means that the SST42 M is a 42 M high grid tower. This tower has been installed on the ground (Greenfield).
self-supporting antenna tower
self-supporting antenna tower’s features
- The self-supporting telecommunications towers consist of angle and components, and corner steel is the key material.
- Nuts and pins attach the part of the tower.
- The lever and rest platform mounted on a tower, and there is a high degree of protection for communication equipment.
- The ladder may be placed on either side, depending on the preference of the customer.
- In accordance with geology and atmosphere, the tower slope modified according to advanced international design and measurement methods.
- Small coverage and easy to pick location are convenient and simple to install.