In most cases the tower manufacturers will specify the foundations,
guys, etc., to be used for a given load, wind speed, etc.
If you don't have those specifications (e.g., because the tower cannot
be identified, or the manufacturer is no longer in business, or because
it's a home-brew tower), I would say that the right way to do it is to
consult an engineer. I'm not sure that a Web site can provide the needed
Alan NV8A (long-ago VK4AFE)
On 03/24/06 09:18 pm Phil Grimshaw wrote:
> Just wondering if anyone has pointers (web urls, documents they can post
> etc) to info, advice, data etc on towers, footings & guy anchor
> points, of towers & masts of various sizes. It seems to me that a web
> resource like this for hams everywhere would be a much liked resource to
> be able to turn to.??
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