Guyed Lattice (GL)

Pro: Best value
Pro: Easy install with crane or gin pole
Pro: Least amount of concrete
Pro: Made in USA
Pro: Exemplary service record
Con: Large footprint
Available Heights: 18-49m (60-160ft).
Compatibility: 5 kW & 10 kW only

Download Excel 5 Guyed Lattice Tower Installation Manual

Download Excel 10 Guyed Lattice Tower Installation Manual

Tilt-up Guyed Tubular

Pro: Easy install, without crane
Pro: No concrete required in temperate climates
Con: Large footprint
Available Heights: 18-30m (60-100ft)
Compatibility: 1 kW only

Download Tilt-up Guyed Tubular Tower Installation Manual

Self-Supporting Lattice (SSL)

Pro: Small footprint
Pro: Made in USA
Pro: Exemplary service record
Con: Higher costs
Available Heights: 18-49m (60-160ft)
Compatibility: 5 kW & 10 kW only

Download Excel 10 Self-Supporting Lattice Tower Installation Manual

Tilt-up Guyed Lattice

Pro: Lowers in hurrican or typhoon.
Pro: Installs without crane.
Pro: Made in USA
Con: Higher costs
Available Heights: 18-30m (60-100ft)
Compatibility: 5 kW & 10 kW only

Monopole

Pro: Smallest footprint, no guy wires
Pro: Quick and easy install, with crane
Pro: Aesthetically Pleasing
Con: Higher costs
Available Heights: 18-37m (60-120ft)
Compatibility: 5 kW & 10 kW only

Order directly from Ambor Structures at 651-414-1249 or josh.carlson@amborstructures.com

 

 

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