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Not sure which ROHN tower product you really need? We are here to help. Feel free to contact us (or by phone 847-584-1000) for more information.
ROHN Self-Supporting Towers are produced with unmatched attention to detail. As with all ROHN products, SCL Towers are Hot Dip Galvanized after fabrication to assure years of corrosion free use.
In this process, each section of the tower is totally immersed in molten zinc. This allows every square inch of the tower, inside and out, to be completely covered. Hot dip galvanizing protects all points of welding and construction against rust and corrosion, while providing an attractive finish.
These are all SCL Series Self-Supporting Towers. The numerical portion of the part number is the height.
ROHN has been designing and manufacturing towers since 1948. Its familiar red "O" logo is recognized throughout the industry as the mark of excellence, due to its innovation in design and continuous process improvement. Illinois-based ROHN maintains one of the largest manufacturing and staging facilities in the tower design industry. Not sure which ROHN tower you really need? We are here to help. Feel free to contact us (or by phone 847-584-1000) for more information.
Siting and specifying a communications tower is a challenge. We are here to help. Feel free to contact us (or by phone 847-584-1000) for more information.
Drawings with the appropriate Professional Engineer state seals are always available to meet your local zoning ordinances.
Antenna Systems & Solutions, Inc. is proud to be a leading provider of communication towers, MET towers, radar towers, and monopole towers.
Our extensive inventory of guyed towers, monopole towers, self supporting towers, and radar towers allows us to ship immediately following a natural disaster.
Please take some time to read our Tower Safety page. This very informative resource may save your life.
It covers such areas as:
Mixing of products.
The National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, provides communications system installation requirements in Chapter 8. Other NEC Articles may also apply, especially those in Chapter 5. The IEEE provides many communications-related standards. If you go to the IEEE Website's Standards library and select "Communications" you will see these. It's a huge list, but only certain ones will apply to your specific application.
Some state and local authorities have additional state requirements. Check with the Authority Having Jurisdiction to determine which, if any, state and local requirements apply.