Telecom Towers

telecom-towers
Neueon Towers Limited (NTL) has refined and re-drawn its business strategies as per the needs of the domestic telecom industry. With the demand curve flattening in the already saturated metro & urban areas of India, the telecom operators have started roll out in the Semi Urban and Rural areas which has opened another demand front for the telecom towers made by NTL.

Another demand driver for telecom towers is the 3G policy of the government. This will open up two opportunities for the company, supply of new towers to enable the rural roll out, and second, augmenting the existing towers structurally to withstand the load withstand & safety factor demands raised by placement of the 3G antennae and dishes.

All the leading telecom providers have floated tenders for roll out of about 1.8 Million towers / tower parts in the next three to five years. This is another exiting opportunity for NTL.

NTL manufactures all types of Telecom Towers.

Monopole Towers or Post Masts: Monopole tower consist of tapered steel tubes that fit over each other to form a stable pole. A monopole tower should be guyed or self-supported and are fitted with climbing rungs where necessary.

Guyed Towers: These are towers that are stabilized by tethered wires. Guyed towers may be in lattice, triangular or square, tapered or straight, as well as monopole structural forms. Guyed towers shall be supported and held in position by guy wires or ropes.

Roof Mounts: Roof mounts are an inexpensive way of elevating signals above roof interference or any other obstruction. We ensure that proper structural checks are made to ascertain the capability of a chosen roof to withstand the additional load being imposed on it by the structure and the entire antenna array it will support.

Self-supporting Towers: Self-Supporting towers are free-standing lattice structures. The use of self-supporting towers with tapered sections, and face width that vary according to height and load capacity is recommended when land availability is limited provided that it is technically feasible to install them.

The self-supporting towers feature triangular or square structure; tube legs, angle legs, lattice legs or solid round legs; and Sections in steel angle or steel or steel tubes; Steel angle cross bracing; Tapered sections; Face widths vary according to height and load capacity; Rest platforms provided every 20 meters of height; Work platforms provided at all height where antennas are to be installed and fitted with climbing ladder.

General Mounts: In constructing tower legs, schedule 80 pipes or angle steel should be used, although hollow aluminum pips or angle may be used for towers below 10 meters. When a tower is made from angle steel, sections should be joined to each other through appropriately sized flanges, bolts, washers and lock nuts.