|Subject:||Re: [TowerTalk] Ways to mount and insulate a tall vertical ???|
|From:||Alan Beagley <AB2OS@att.net>|
|Date:||Fri, 06 Feb 2004 10:59:41 -0500|
Wouldn't it be simpler (and cheaper, and safer?) to shunt-feed the tower?|
On 02/06/04 08:22 am Snowden, Douglas RICVAMC put fingers to keyboard and launched the following message into cyberspace:
I have several sections of alumunum tower (Universal tower) that I plan on putting up as a 40/80 and maybe 160m vertical and plan on making it around 90 ft, including the aluminum tubing sticking out of the top. I would like to mount it insulated but an struggling deciding how to mount it insulated. I have heard that pressure treated lumber tends to have too much moisture to use. I have a couple of pieces of solid phenolic tubing one inch diameter. Any ideas? Something available from the hardware store? The legs are about 1 inch diameter.
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