Telecommunication Tower

Safe Towers is the professionally managed, dynamic company, engaged in Design, Fabrication, Galvanizing, Supply and Installation of Telecom Towers. Safe Towers manufactures custom steel products for telecommunication and utility applications. The company produces Guyed Must Tower, Self Support Tower, Monopoles Tower and Shelter Tower transmission and distribution poles, lattice and substation structures, and power mounts.

Telecommunication, today, rests at the backbone of development of progressive economies around the world. Telecommunication as an industry is a combination of a variety of engineering disciplines such as electronics, civil and construction engineering, mechanical engineering and above all, flawless project management that binds together all the disciplines with guided timelines. Safe Towers Pvt. Ltd presents an huge varity of mobile towers along with their attributes. Global buyers looking for genuine manufacturers, suppliers, exporters, erection and traders of Communication Towers.

Types of Telecom Engineers Depending on Functional Roles-

The first type of core telecom engineer is a Telecom equipment engineer. The role of this type of engineer is to design circuitry of various building blocks of telecom such as routers, switches, antennas and wave guides. There is a great deal of detail paid to precision design for this stream of engineering.

We are the professionally managed, dynamic company, engaged in Design, Fabrication, Galvanizing, Supply and Installation of Telecom Towers. Safe Towers Engineers can design and manufacture Telecommunication Towers of 100mtr.

Serious violations include failing to institute a hearing conservation program for employees exposed to noise levels above the action level; to provide and enforce the use of personal protective equipment; to provide a respiratory protection program and proper respirator for employees utilizing respirators to work with hazardous chemicals; and to conduct air monitoring for employees exposed to methylene chloride. A serious violation is one in which there is substantial probability that death or serious physical harm could result from a hazard about which the employer knew or should have known.

Telecommunication is the transmission of messages, over significant distances, for the purpose of communication. In earlier times, telecommunications involved the use of visual signals, such as smoke, semaphore telegraphs, signal flags, and optical heliographs, or audio messages via coded drumbeats, lung-blown horns, or sent by loud whistles, for example.

In the modern age of electricity and electronics, telecommunications has typically involved the use of electric means such as the telegraph, the telephone, and the teletype, the use of microwave communications, the use of fiber optics and their associated electronics, and/or the use of the Internet. The first breakthrough into modern electrical telecommunications came with the development of the telegraph during the 1830s and 1840s. The use of these electrical means of communications exploded into use on all of the continents of the world during the 19th century, and these also connected the continents via cables on the floors of the ocean. These three systems of communications all required the use of conducting metal wires.

A guyed tower is typically three legged and generally has the same width across a face at the bottom of the tower as it does at the top, and they can be designed and built to 700 m or more. The guy wires are placed at specific points on the tower for stabilization, and to distribute loads from the tower to the anchors. The guy wire diameter and the number of guy points on the tower are determined by the height of the tower and the loading. Most tower manufacturers recommend the guy radius to be 80% of the overall tower height. As the guy radius is reduced, the downward pulling force of the guy system is increased resulting in the need for a stronger, more expensive tower mast, and a heavier, more expensive guying system.

Usually a guyed telecom tower is cheaper to build than a self-supporting tower of an equal height, but will need much more land, A typical 120m guyed tower would need about 25,000 square m of land to accommodate the tower and guy anchors. (Assuming a setback from the property line of 6m from anchors and foundations).

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