Following is the info you need to get your questions answered. We do not
deal with Titanex and I know nothing about their reputation, etc. It
appears that they do not have a US distributor, but ask.
If you need parts shipped into you from them in Germany, I can assist on
that as we have excellent carriers for import/export.
73, Steve , K1PEK,
DAVIS RF Co., Div. of Orion Wire Co., Inc.
Wire, Cable, RF Connectors and wire aerial parts. LMR, Heliax, Eupen
Commercial / Military / & Custom Cable Design
tel: 978-369-1738 Fax: 978-369-3484
Tel. ++49 (0) 9427/902180
Fax ++49 (0) 9427/902181
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> Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 14:22:41 -0500
> From: "Lance" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Titanex Log Periodic
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> I recently acquired, what I think is a Titanex DLP-18, although the
> previous owner said it was 19 elements. Won't be able to determine,
> exactly, what it is, until late summer. Our garden is directly under my
> crank-up, tilt-over tower, and the tower is physically, very large. I
> dismantled, in my shed, while I look for a manual. I sent an email to
> Titanex, as specified on their web site. So far, no response.
> I need the manual, and a location to order those circular, plastic
> which were/are brittle and broken/breaking.
> 1) Is Titanex still in business? I see DXpeditions frequently using their
> 2) Is there a US distributor?
> 3) If someone has a manual, for either of the LPs, and could scan it, copy
> and send it to me, I'd gladly reimburse them for any expense.
> Lance WN?L
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