- Model NO.: MG-GTW007
- Rotating Shaft: as Per Clients
- Trademark: MEGATRO
- Origin: Shandong, China
- Number of Blade: as Per Clients
- Stress Way of Blade: as Per Clients
- Specification: AS PER CLIENT
- HS Code: 8503003000
MEGATRO GUYED WIND TOWER MAST
Towers for small wind turbines (up to 100 kW) come in two basic styles, freestanding and guyed. In most home wind system applications, either will do the job of getting the wind generator away from the earth's surface and ground clutter and up into the turbine's fuel: free flowing, non-turbulent winds. Being the professionally manufacturer for wind mast tower, MEGATRO had provide too many type wind mast as per client requirements for over twenty countries in recent decades.
There are two styles of guyed towers: guyed lattice towers and tilt-up towers, and both are quite common for small wind systems, although with very different applications. All guyed towers are held upright with guy cables which stretch from the tower to their anchors in the ground some distance away from the base to the tower.
Guyed lattice towers are the type of tower typically used for tall radio or television broadcasting antennas. Guyed lattice towers for home-sized wind systems are three legged, with the legs being anywhere from 12 to about 18 inches apart. Unlike freestanding towers, the legs of a guyed lattice tower do not taper from base to top. Cross bracing between the legs gives the appearance of a very tall three-sided, three-dimensional ladder. Guyed lattice towers use guy cables strung out in three directions, the minimum required to keep the tower upright. The anchors for a guyed lattice tower are usually spaced about 75% of the height of the tower away from the tower's base. For a 120-foot tower, this means that the guy anchors would be about 90 feet out from the tower base.
The second style of guyed tower used with home-sized wind systems is the tilt-up tower. These towers are usually made of pipe or tubing, with four sets of guy cables stretching out in four directions to support the tower. Four sets of guy cables are required to safely raise and lower tilt-up towers. Guy cables can stretch anywhere from 30% to 75% of the tower height to the four guy anchors, depending on the tower manufacturer's design.
Compare the free-standing steel tower use more steel material, the result of all of this physics is that guyed towers use relatively little steel in their structures and concrete in their footings. Freestanding towers must incorporate considerable steel and concrete in order to stand the wind's overturning forces. This results in a more expensive tower and installation.
Like a stool, the stability of a tower is a function of the spread of the legs. With guyed towers, the guy cables serve as the "stool legs." and concrete in their footings. Since there are three sets of guy cables stretching out in three directions, considerably more land is required for guyed lattice towers compared to freestanding towers. Because of the geometry of the guy cables spreading out the loads, guyed lattice towers are the lightest in weight and use the lease amount of concrete, making them the cheapest tower option for the homeowner.
In general, MEGATRO often design every type of guyed tower as per client requirements, or the actual condition data, even clients design or options. Till now, our guyed wind tower serve wind turbine from 300W to 100KW. For bigger wind turbine, we adopt bigger monopole wind mast. If you have any questions, please contact us freely.
Model No: Based on the customer's requirements
Terms of Payment: L/C, T/T
Port of Loading: Qingdao Port
Delivery Lead Time: One month or based on the customer's needs
The design will be also based on the customers' specific requirements.
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 set
Chinese standard or international standard
Material: Chinese material or as per clients material