Galvanized Steel Self-support Lattice Mast Radio Communications Tower 100-300 Tall

Place of Origin China
Certification ISO9001
Model Number SST-421
Minimum Order Quantity 1 set
Price USD1100 to USD1400 per ton
Packaging Details bundles
Delivery Time 20-60 days depending on order quantity
Payment Terms T/T, L/C, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability 500 sets monthly

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Product Details
Deflection 0.5 ~1.0 Degree @ Operational Speed Height 20m To 110m Customized To Designs
Material Low Carbon Steel (mild Steel) Steel Grade Q355B/ASTM A572/S355J0 Or Q235B/ASTM A36
Anti-corrosion Hot Dip Galvanization Coating Thickness 55 To 110 Microns
Installation Bolting Foundation Steel Framed Concrete Pedestals
Tower Design Triangular, Square Or Polygonal Section Tower Type Lattice Mast Structure
Operation Wind Speed As Design Standard Service Lifespan 50 Years
Delivery Condition CKD(complete Knocked Down) Fabricated Parts Warranty 10 Years
Delivery Time 20-60 Days According To Order Quantity Applications Radio, TV, Cellphone Signal Transmission And Covering
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Product Description

100-300 feet tall Galvanized Steel Self-support Lattice Tower for BTS Telecommunications Stations


We offer a diverse series of communication towers designed to meet the evolving needs of industries and communities. Our self-supporting and guyed marvels stand tall as beacons of technological advancement, providing reliable infrastructure for broadcasting and telecommunications. These towers boast robust engineering, ensuring stability and efficiency in signal transmission.


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        BTS Tower         Radio Tower             Telecom Tower          Observation Tower    Meterological tower




Communication Tower means a structure designed to support antennas for telecommunications and broadcasting and may include television, cellular phone, or wireless internet or radio signals.

5G towers are telecommunications sites capable of transmitting 5G "new radio" signals for wide area coverage. They are typically 50 to 200 feet tall and are designed to blend into the natural environment to limit aesthetic impact.

5G cell towers use a combination of low, medium and high frequency bands for a variety of connectivity use cases. For example, macro cellular antennas can be mounted on towers to effectively provide low-band cellular coverage to millions of devices over a large area. Low-band 5G can travel great distances and penetrate walls, windows and other physical barriers.

These towers play a crucial role in modern telecommunications, broadcasting, and other wireless technologies. Transmission towers are also referred to power transmission towers or masts or pylons.






Technical Specifications



Tower Type Monopole towers, 3-legged lattice towers, 4-legged lattice towers, guyed towers
Tower Height 20m, 25m, 30m, 35m, 40m, 45m, 50m, 55m, 60m or customized height
Special towers Telescopic towers, Cell-on-wheel (COW) towers, camouflaged towers, RDS towers etc.
Applications GSM/2G/3G/4G/5G cell towers, BTS towers, radio towers, TV towers, observation towers, microwave towers, meteorological towers etc.
Design lifespan 20-50 years
Warranty 3 years for free spare parts
Delivery terms Independent prefabricated parts
Installation method bolting
Foundation Steel framed concrete pedestals
1. Design Code TIA/EIA-222-H2017  

Structure Steel Materials
2. Grade Mild Steel High Tensile Steel  
GB/T 700:Q235B GB/T1591:Q345B  
ASTM A36 ASTM A572 Gr50  
EN10025: S235JR, S235J0,S235J2 EN10025: S355JR, S355J0,S355J2  
3. Design Wind Speed Up to 250 km/h  
4. Allowable deflection 0.5 ~1.0 degree @ operational speed  
5. Tension strength (MPa) 360~510 470~630  
6. Yield strength (t≤16mm) (MPa) 235 355  
7. Elongation (%) 20 24  
8. Impact strength KV (J) 27(20°C)---Q235B(S235JR) 27(20°C)---Q345B(S355JR)  
27(0°C)---Q235C(S235J0) 27(0°C)---Q345C(S355J0)  
27(-20°C)---Q235D(S235J2) 27(-20°C)---Q345D(S355J2)  
Bolts & Nuts  
9. Grade Grade 4.8, 6.8, 8.8  

10. Standards fo

r mechanical properties

10.1 Bolts ISO 898-1  
10.2 Nuts ISO 898-2  
10.3 Washers ISO 6507-1  
11. Standards for Dimensions  
11.1 Bolts DIN7990, DIN931, DIN933  
11.2 Nuts ISO4032, ISO4034  
11.3 Washers DIN7989, DIN127B, ISO7091  
12. Method CO2 Shielded Arc Welding & Submerged Arc Welding(SAW)  
13. Standard AWS D1.1  
Part Numbers Marking  
14. Method of marking of the members Hydraulic Press Stamping  
15. Galvanization standard of steel parts ISO 1461 or ASTM A123, hot dip galvanization  
16. Galvanization standard of bolts and nuts ISO 1461 or ASTM A153, hot dip galvanization  
17. In-house test and inspection

Tensile test,Elements analysis, Sharpy test(impact test),

Cold Bending, detective test, Hammer test

18. Maximum Production Capacity 5,000 tons monthly  


What type of structure is a cell phone tower?


A cell phone tower is typically a steel pole or lattice structure that rises hundreds of feet into the air.

Due to the rising popularity of cell phones over the last 15 years, communication towers can now be located almost anywhere you look. However, it’s important to note that not all cell towers are the same. There are four different types of communication towers that can be used to transmit cellular signals. There are many different types of cell towers that can be installed depending on your specific purpose. Following are the typical types of telecommunications towers.

Monopole Towers

A single tubular mast comprises this type of cell tower; because of the instability that comes with the use of a single pole, the height of these structures will not exceed 200 feet. A benefit of this tower type is that it requires little ground space to erect, and the antennae are simply mounted to the top-exterior of the mast.

Lattice Towers

Also referred to as self-supporting towers or free standing tower, lattice towers are typically made from steel and constructed in a triangular (3 legs) or square (4 legs) shape. These towers often offer the most stability and flexibility as compared to other cell tower types.

Stealth Towers or Camouflaged Towers

Stealth towers or camouflaged towers are also called Concealed towers that can be deployed to satisfy zoning regulations. They are more expensive than other towers because they require additional material to create a concealed appearance. Their smaller size typically makes them less efficient.

Have you ever seen a painted metal tree standing tall on the side of a highway? The bionic tree towers look like trees in appearance, it is one familiar example of a stealth tower. This type of structure is used whenever there may be a need to hide a tower in plain sight. They are designed in a way to ensure that they blend in with their surroundings, as many people view bare cell towers as ugly, or an intrusion. These towers can take the shape of many other objects such as signs, flagpoles, and even cacti!

Guyed Wire Tower

A guyed tower is a light- to heavy-weight communication tower constructed with straight rods aligned in a triangular or square form, but supported with wires at all angles. Guyed towers are especially tall, reaching heights as high as 2,000 feet, and are typically used to hold antennas high off the ground allowing for greater signal strength and cell reception.

In addition to cellular use, they can also serve for radio and television purposes. They are ideal for rural customers who require maximum height at an economical cost.

The other type of towers is mobile towers which may include telescoping towers that tilt up or fold down. They are suitable for emergency communications, two-way radios, remote base stations and cellular on wheels (COW) applications. Rooftop towers are also popular for the 5G microcell stations.


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