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Rohn RSL Tower 30ft - Section 8-10 Heavy

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$1,705.71 $1,990.00
  • SKU: RSL30H80
  • Manufacturer: Rohn
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$1,705.71 $1,990.00

Specifications Rohn RSL30H80

BrandROHN
SeriesRSL Series
SupportSelf-Supporting Tower
Max Antenna SF with 1" IceUp to 80 SF Antenna
3 Second Wind Gust with 1" Ice and Max Antenna SF90 MPH
Height30 FT
Tower TypeHeavy Tower
Base footing10' x 10' x 4'4", (16 cu. yds.)

Rohn RSL30H80 RSL TOWER 30 FT-SECTION 8 - 10 HD

The Rohn RSL30H80 is a 30' self-supporting tower designed for use in broadband, public safety and security applications

U-shaped legs allows for simple lap splice connection ,Pre-punched holes for attachment of safety climb systems, mounting kits, etc. ,braces for each section are the same length, while bolt lengths are standard throughout the tower ,Tower material is hot-dip galvanized ,Assembly drawings provided with tower ,top closing angle standard with each tower package .

Structure Classification - 11 ,Exposure Category C ,TopoGraphic Category 1 , 3-Second Gust Wind Speed -w- Ice 40 MPH , Design Ice Thickness 1"

Earthquake Spectral Responce Acceleration 2.50 , Heavy Angle Bracing Dish Loading

This Kit Includes:

Sections- R8H - R10H
Top Kit- RSLH8A
Bolt Kits- 3
ACWS
ASSEMBLY PACKAGE

Features:

  • 30’ Height
  • Handles up to 80 sq. ft.
  • Constructed of hot-dip galvanized steel
  • Available in heights from 20' up to 100'
  • U-shaped legs allows for simple lap splice connection
  • Available in standard and heavy models
  • Pre-punched holes for attachment of safety climb systems, mounting kits, etc.
  • Braces for each section are the same length, while bolt lengths are standard throughout the tower
  • Tower material is hot-dip galvanized
  • Assembly drawings provided with tower
  • Top closing angle standard with each tower package

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