• Wall Support towers are one of the structural innovations that have been widely used in telecommunication network.
  • This rig can be used in all buildings with steel or concrete frames, which have an integrated column to the truss.
  • If it is ensured that there is a vertical column in the truss that extends to the foundation of the building, the wall support tower is the best and smallest possible structure for the site.
  • This type of three-sided or four-sided pipe rig with non-welded connection (Lattice) is an element that connects the whole structure with minimum load on the roof, as a lateral connection to one of the columns of the ridge in a space of maximum one square meter and height 9 and 12 meters and the connection to the structure does not need to destroy the roof insulation.
  • The maximum installation time of a wall tower from the unloading site to the installation of telecommunication equipment is about 12 hours.
  • Ease of moving parts, speed of connection of the rig to the structure, simple assembly on site, suitable windshield surface and the ability to load the weight of equipment, are the special features of this type of rig.

The technical specifications of wall support towers used in the mobile network are:

  • Mast body element: pipe (leg) and corner (other elements)
  • Number of column connections: three
  • Mast height: 9 and 12 meters
  • Type of mast connection belts to the building body (concrete or metal)
  • Load bearing capacity: 700 kg in the upper three meters
  • Windshield Level (EPA): 2 to 12 square meters
  • Maximum wind speed: 130 km / h
  • Maximum height of the building where the rig is installed: 30 meters
  • Minimum column height in the truss: 2.5 meters
  • Minimum column dimensions in truss for concrete structure: 30 by 30 columns
  • Minimum column dimensions in the truss for steel frame: Double column score 14
  • The length of the spare parts to be carried to the roof shall not exceed three meters.

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