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Subject: [TowerTalk] Rotating Towers
From: (Dick Weber)
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 1997 08:12:28 -0600
Rotating Tower Systems, Inc. 

For the past twelve years I've been selling guy wire bearings and rotating base 
units for 25, 45, and 55 tower. To date, I've been able to help about seventy 
people put up a rotating tower. Now that I'm finally on the internet with an 
email address and am a "Tower Talker,"  I'd like to let those that are possibly 
interested in a rotating tower know that Rotating Tower Systems, Inc. is still 
up and running. If you'd like to ask about putting up a rotating tower or would 
like information, you can reach me either by email at <> or 
by phone/fax to the RTS office number 972-347-2625. Of course there's 
snail-mail to POB 44, Prosper, TX 75078.

One of the challenges of putting up a large tower is knowing if it's 
structurally sound. A free service to Rotating Tower System, Inc. customers is 
an in-depth structural analysis of the tower, the guys, and the guy anchor 
system based on wind conditions at your QTH. I'm easily able to do this because 
it's what I do as a profession. I have a consulting engineering company called 
"RTS Engineering, Inc." (novel name, huh?) that does structural analysis and 
design of commercial towers, tower installations, and other types of 
structures. To me a short tower is 350 feet. I'm a registered professional 
engineer licensed in Texas to do this kind of work in addition to having BSME 
and MSME degrees. So, putting together a structurally sound rotating tower is 
not a problem.

Please let me know if you have any questions about a rotating tower or would 
like information.


Dick Weber, PE <>

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