Due to progressive engineering, Divinci Engineering recommends that the standard guy kits you see with the tower should use ¼” GAC for the bottom level of guy anchors and should attach to the top of the bottom section. I’d also recommend a 10% initial tension in this level of guy anchors. The Upper 2 levels of guy cables should remain 3/16” GAC with an IT of 7%. We are going to change our guy kit effective Feb 15, 2021, with this size in guying.
Due to increased steel prices, we are raising prices across the board slightly and also adding new features in all 2021 models. Standard will be included motor cover sets on all lattice model tower units, Outrigger stabilizer kits, Safety climb, and a set of fixed lockouts.
Our LMS 106 CR units getting ready for shipment and deployment around the world. These units are CR’s meaning container shipping and storage as they fit into a 40′ container.
LMS 150 XHD our very popular 150′ mobile tower that’s deployable within an hour. Its become a popular product for schools now wanting to handle their student’s education through the internet. Call us for your communications needs from any size of school we can support you. Stay safe and utilize our platform for your needs. This unit is heading to VA children’s school
Our LMS 85 HWLB mobile towers are so popular in the South America market we have developed a specific model for Nokia, the “LMS 85 CRN” The LMS stands for the company name, the 85 stands for the tower height in feet, and the CRN is a container shippable Nokia model. These are configured for Nokia SA and we have many being deployed in this energy-saving remote location setup. Great design and we look for many more in the upcoming months heading south.
106 XHW shipping to Quebec, Canada, and will be one of many deployed in Canada. This model took us 6 months of R&D to develop and analyze to meet stringent loading requirements asserted by the Government of Canada.
This structure has been analyzed in accordance with the requirements of 2015
International Building Code Section 1609.1.1 & 3108.4, and the recommendations of the
Telecommunications Industry Association “Structural Standard for Steel Antenna
Supporting Structures” ANSI/TIA-222-G-2. This site has been analyzed for the following
Basic Wind Speed: 76 mph Vasd (3 sec. gust.)
Wind + Radial Ice Load Case: 54 mph Vasd +1.18” Radial Ice
Operational Wind Speed: 60 mph Vasd (3 sec. gust)
Risk Category: II
Structure Class: II (Importance Factor =1.0)
Exposure Category: Exposure C
Topographic Category: Category 1
Equivalent Basic Wind Pressure at 33-ft: 603 Pa
Equivalent Ice Wind Pressure at 33-ft: 304 Pa
Presenting Landa’s new for 2021, the new LMS 200′ XHD a world-first mobile tower designed to withstand the elements and able to achieve 25 stories in height for those radio stations suffering from a tower destroyed in a storm. With this tower available for lease or sales and kept available for emergencies deployments around the world.
As our 200′ tower is completed and in its final stages of testing. This major endeavor and the groundbreaking feat will be the first in the world as it will be mounted next week on its amazing trailer designed to withstand the elements and the test of time.