Self Supporting Towers
Roam has a vast range of triangular (3-leg) and square (4-leg) self supporting towers, ranging from light to heavy-duty.
Triangular Lattice Towers
Roam has a vast range of triangular Lattice 3-leg self supporting towers. The most common models we supply are the RT40, RT53 and RT84.
Roam's RT40 tower is primarily designed for light-duty applications. It has become the most popular of all our tower models due to it's versatility and simplicity. The RT40 is almost exclusively used in non-cyclonic regions but is still able to support a fairly large amount of equipment, including microwave dishes.
The RT53 tower is commonly used for telecommunication base stations. It has internal climbing access and is capable of supporting a large number of panel antennas and ancillaries in low to medium wind-speed areas.
Additional triangular tower models:
- RT22: Very slender tower
- RT46: Very-light-duty
- RT47: Ultra-light-duty
- RT49: Medium-duty
- RT50: Medium-duty
- RT51: Medium-duty
- RT85: Extra-heavy-duty
Square Lattice Towers
Square lattice 4-leg self supporting towers provide greater strength for the same plan area as triangular towers. They are particularity good for very tall broadcast towers, or in situations that require large platforms or lookouts at the top.
Our RT75 tower is used for light-duty applications where a square tower is preferred. It has internal climbing access.
Roam's RT72 tower is similar to the RT75 tower in design, however it is stronger, allowing it to be used for more demanding cases.
Additional square tower models:
- RT20: Special zero taper
- RT62: Light-duty
- RT63: Extreme-heavy-duty
- RT71: Medium-duty
- RT77: Extra-heavy-duty