|1. ROHN H30 Telescopic Antenna Mast (39217)|
|2. Telescopic Push Up TV & Wireless Internet Antenna Mast (30258)|
|3. ROHN H50 Telescopic Antenna Mast (22875)|
|4. ROHN H40 Telescopic Antenna Mast (16212)|
|5. ROHN 25G Tower Hinged Base Plate R-BPH25G (12183)|
|6. Broadband Digital Subscriber Cable TV Modem HSI 1 GHz 15 dB Gain Drop Amplifier (11858)|
|7. ROHN 25G 45G Tower Erection Fixture Gin Pole R-EF2545 (11096)|
|8. 3 inch Telescopic TV Antenna Mast Wall Mount Bracket (10500)|
|9. ROHN H20 Telescopic Antenna Mast (9118)|
|10. TB-105 Thrust Support Bearing for TV Antenna Rotator (8704)|
Since there are various other Manufacturers of Towers and Tower accessories that copy the ROHN Tower design, if you are not sure of the manufacturer of your Tower, you can at least compare the actual measurements and design of yours to those found in the spec. sheets in the ROHN catalog section via the Link provided above to assure yourself that additional sections or parts will fit. We cannot make that determination for you as the ROHN clones are something we don't carry or otherwise represent in our Product line. All towers in the GT Series are constructed with high strength steel tubing and feature ROHN's exclusive Zig-Zag ® solid rod bracing to provide exceptional strength. All GT Series Towers are hot dip galvanized after fabrication. In this process, each section of the tower is totally immersed in molten zinc, allowing every square inch of the tower, inside and out, to be completely covered. Hot dip galvanizing protects all points of welding and construction against rust and corrosion while providing an attractive finish.
The 45G is a true multi-use structure that provides excellent strength for applications up to 300´. It´s offered with either heavy steel tube legs to satisfy a wide variety of needs under varied conditions. When properly installed, the standard tower will support the loads shown on various guyed and self-supporting information sheets in the ROHN catalog.
Most Restrictions Allow for 45 feet of Height without the Necessity of Guy Wires, Anchors or Braces. However, No Tower is self supporting during construction! Always use temporary guys on the top most section, and install permanent guy wires as soon as a guy point height is reached.
Wind Loading, Antenna Loading and Wind Survivability ratings vs. Height Documentation Provided by ROHN is available here as a Resource, but is by no means complete by itself or a susbstitution for Engineering Conducted Specific to your Application. Contact Us with any Questions you may have regarding Use prior to Purchase. All Information regarding the ROHN 45G Tower line, Parts and Accessories is as accurate and complete as we can possibly provide given that this Resource Offering is subject to change without Notice and is beyond Our Control.