Both AN Wireless and Trylon use angular members. Don't remember about
other non-Rohn options.
On 05/16/06 10:55 am email@example.com wrote:
> Doesnt that eliminate about 75% of the choices though?
> Sounds like a good reason not to use a tower with tubular members.
>> Will be interesting to get a little more information
>> abouth the failure in the tower that cause to break at
>> the middle, sound like small tower or rusted by
>> inside some section.
>> i just work in a small 3 sections rohn 25 very old
>> sunk in concrete roof (very smart move) and all the
>> top sections are very soft that you can push a screw
>> driver with no effort thru, looks just a small spots
>> of rust , but the sound was very diferent " like soft
>> the tower was located in the top a silo at 120 ft
>> removing the bolts i found full of rust metal and
>> oxidation debris inside. scary to climb.
>> to prevent this kind of accidents , inspections are
>> always a must before performing any work in a unknow
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