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Guy Towers

Guyed Towers

A guyed tower is a free-standing tower, which is also additionally guyed. Stainless's towers are open faced, triangular in cross section and mostly uses a pivotal base assembly. The main advantage of additional guying is that it is cheaper than building a completely free-standing tower, which can withstand the same force. Further, it allows for very easy upgrading of existing structures. The disadvantage of additional guying is that it requires much more ground space.

Self Supporters

Self Supporters

A self supporting is a tall structure, usually taller than it is wide, often by a significant margin. Self supporting towers are distinguished from masts by their lack of guy-wires. Towers are generally built to take advantage of their height, and can stand alone on the ground. Stainless's self supporting towers are open face, triangular and square in cross section, and tapering in from the ground up.

Fabrication

Fabrication

Fabrication as an industrial term refers to building metal structures by cutting, bending, and assembling. The cutting part of fabrication is via sawing, shearing, or chiseling (all with manual and powered variants); torching with handheld torches (such as oxy-fuel torches or plasma torches); and via CNC cutters (using a torch, or water jet).

Field Service

Field Service

Field service is crew of trained individuals that perform tasks on a tower such as the erecting all of the tower, modifying parts and members, and adding or replacing antennas.

WFTV Tower Work

2011 WFTV Tower Work Still Photos

The photographer, Bryan Scott, was shooting in the vicinity on Saturday of August 13th and noticed some wavy arms calling him over. He took some amazing photos and we would like to share them with you.