The construction of the cage will depend on the design of the tower.
The best source for your answer is the folks who made the tower.
Design parameters for the base are serious engineering issues and should be
treated as such.
No, I am NOT a civil engineer (electronics is my field) but, I highly
recommend using professional help when installing towers.
What is a DOBIE block? That is a new term to me.
----- Original Message -----
From: Carl A. Smidt <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 1999 5:08 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Rebar Cage Construction For Free-standing Delhi Tower
> Hi All,
> I am having difficulties. I now have the hole and the expert advice on
> filling it from this reflector, but I can't seem to find any construction
> details of the rebar cage. I have looked in the Rohn catalogue and through
> the archives to no avail.
> Would any of you have a three dimensional drawing of what a cage should
> like that you could scan and send? Any special rebar to be used and how
> the bars tied together? I know from previous discussions, that the cage
> should be kept approximately 3" from the edges of the concrete and not
> ground, by using Dobie blocks or a reasonable facsimile.
> Any help would be much appreciated, Fall is fast approaching up here.
> 73, Carl, VE9OV
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