I do not think inspecting a tower once an month is realistic. But annual is
73 Bill N1HWC
On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 9:33 AM, David Jordan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> ...one thing is for sure anyone with a tower should be inspecting the
> at least once a month for faults. These are man made devices and subject
> human errors as well as damage from mother nature.
> When I read the comment from the fella that was climbing his tower and
> noticed that he had open welds I thought to myself, here is a guy that
> doesn't perform regular tower inspections.
> Be Safe,
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> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Aluminum tower welds...Old Data circa mid1970's
> I think you must have gotten a bad batch of tower welds, as I have had
> no problems like you describe with any of my Universal sections EXCEPT
> for the sections that were felled by tornadoes!
> One of those sections had ONE weld broken which I have had repaired by
> a local welding shop that knew exactly how to do the job.
> The biggest problems with the aluminum towers are:
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