>>NOT ONE WORD, of directions!
> You're right. I don't know of ANY tower manufacturer that has the
>aforementioned directions. I imagine it's got something to do with liability
>exposure. It's probably better for them not to say anything than possibly open
>themselves to misinterpretation since tower manufacturers are insurance-driven
One day, somebody is going to challenge that in court - most likely, it
will be some tower user's own insurance company, trying to recover the
costs of a big payout after an accident.
British courts would almost certainly enforce a "duty of care" to
provide adequate instructions, especially if the lack of them has
resulted in major personal injury or property damage.
73 from Ian G3SEK Editor, 'The VHF/UHF DX Book'
'In Practice' columnist for RadCom (RSGB)
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