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TOWERS, POLES, AND INFRASTRUCTURE
TOWERS
SELF-SUPPORT TOWERS
Primus offers a full-range of self-supporting towers to meet your speci c wireless needs. This includes simple models up to 96' that do not require a P.E. stamped drawing, to 251' engi- neered towers that meet EIA- 222-F, TIA-222 G standards.
- Variety of self-supporting model designs to choose from ranging from 10' to 251'
- Angle-leg, knock down, round- leg, and all-weld designs
- The right structures for the right applications and load require- ments
GUYED TOWERS
Choose from an extensive range of options covering up to seven different models of guyed towers. This includes light-duty structures that can technically be self-sup- ported up to a certain height or wall-braced, to complete guyed packages ranging from 30' up to 1500' AGL.
The heavy-duty structures are designed for microwave installa- tions, cellular/PCS, TV, and FM broadcast, as well as other com- munication needs.
- Light-duty models to 190'
- Heavy-duty models to 1500'
- Complete bundled packages include all guy wire and hardware
- Engineered designs
TELESCOPING MASTS
Often referred to as “pop-up poles,” telescoping masts are a quick way to get very light-duty antenna systems on air. These masts can be bracketed to a building or other structure, as well as guyed. Telescoping masts are available in  ve lengths: 20', 30', 33', 40', and 50'.
- Pre-galvanized for corrosion protection
- Installations must be bracketed or guyed
- Guyed kits include guy wire, connection hardware, anchors, and ground mount
(mast ordered separately)
- Roof mount brackets also available
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