MEGATRO broadcast telecommunication steel towers are, typically, tall structure designed to support telecom accessories with antennas, also know as aerials, for telecommunications and broadcasting, including television.
MEGATRO broadcast tower also fabricated by solid steel pipe with angle or bracing member, which provides great strength, lower weight and wind resistance, and economy in the use of materials. Lattice of triangular cross-section are most common, and square lattice are also widely used.
After fabrication all towers are delivered to the galvanizing facility to be hot dipped galvanized. Towers are processed through the facility by caustic cleaning, pickling, and then fluxing. These strict procedures insure years of maintenance free towers.
MEGATRO broadcast tower system can accommodate a variety of disc with network parts. MEGATRO also offer a wide variety of accessories and mounts.
Availability size: Based on the customer's requirements. Material: Chinese material or as per clients requirement Package: Both parties discuss before delivery Terms of Payment: L/C, T/T Minimum Order Quantity: 5tons Port of Loading: Qingdao Port Lead Time: One month or based on the customer's needs
MEGATRO provide broadcasting tower design with below requirements
Design Requirements and Basic of Design MEGATRO TOWERS will guarantee the overall safety of the tower. MEGATRO TOWERS will submit design calculation report for member design of tower and overall structural stability of the structure, which is signed by a charted structural Engineer. MEGATRO will supply the skeleton to scale, showing the assembly of the structures, the antenna mounting levels, other detail drawings etc. The calculation method to be adopted for tower design will be decided by MEGATRO TOWERS with the consent of the client. All materials will comply with British Standard (hereinafter called BS), Japanese Industrial Standard (hereinafter called JIS) or equivalent standards. The permissible stress of the materials will comply with BS, standard by Architectural Institute of Japan (hereinafter call AIJ) or equivalent. The standards adopted for all materials will be stated separately.
General Design Criteria Mast will be designed based on GB, BS 8100, TIA/EIA-222-G-2006, IS 802 & IS875 or equivalent international standards. The wind loading on the tower and antennas mounted on it will withstand a ground level wind velocity of 140 Km/h and survival speed of 180 Km/h including with height in accordance with latest BSI CP3: Chapter V: Part 2: British Standard (BS) Antenna that will be considered when it calculates wind areas will be Six GSM antennas, Two each 600 mm diameter microwave dishes & one 1.2m Ø Microwave plus all the feeders for GSM and MW antennas. Allowance will be given to the effective windage area of the following: Feeder runway Feeders Platforms and guard rails Ladder and ladder guards MEGATRO submit the complete data showing the drag factor from various angles of wind on the antenna offered.