The Rohn drawing shows the Rohn 45 sticking 2 inches into the bed of
drainage gravel. If you are burying a tower section then the Rohn drawing
doesn't require a rebar cage as the buried section of the tower functions
What tower are you installing? I am in the process of installing a Rohn 45
and Rohn 25 tower.
73 Mark N1UK
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Bagley" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, 23 April, 2010 3:06 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Tower Base In Concrete
>I am installing a base of my tower directly into the concrete. If I place
> a layer of sand or crushed rock at the bottom of the hole for drainage,
> should I place the base directly onto this rock for drainage?
> My quandry arrises considering I want to attach the tower base to the
> cage, and the cage must be totally enclosed in the concrete. If I have
> tower legs sticking out of the concrete, will this present a corrosion
> or have an effect on the Ufer ground?
> Appreciate your thoughts and comments!
> Steve, N2MAI
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