PORTABLE TOWER MANUFACTURING
Patented portable towers for container shipping of all sizes, on skids or wheels “size 20’/6M – 250’/76.2M Rapid Deployment portable tower solutions handling multiple large microwave dishes on portable towers designed to meet your immediate needs.
Towers can be permanent on the skid mounts with auto-leveling systems, and container shippable. All towable with a 3/4 truck.
Trusted and contracted with the US Government GSA advantage program.
US DOD Missile Defense Systems Quote: LMS Tower is the only one that meets all the critical requirements pursuant to analysis and comparison/evaluation, LMS’s robust design and larger deployed footprint provide 105 mph wind resistance capability on the launch pad. Oil and Gas Alberta Canada: Where undisturbed grounds are a priority LMS mobile tower trailers are a perfect fit. For quality stable microwave path alignment they rely on Landa Mobile Systems reliability.
LMS NEVER FAIL LATTICE TOWER KEY SYSTEM INCLUDED: LMS key system. Both Tilt and Erection Systems are designed with redundant systems utilizing LMS fail-safe key and hand cordless drill, impact or custom hand tool in case of no power, etc. Hydraulic units have an optional hand pump for redundant backup as well Towers are 100% true emergency field units.
The real-world experience and deployments of the Landa Mobile Systems towers have proven themselves in all climates and conditions to meet or exceed the MIL-STD-810G standards. We warrant our lattice and tilt-up crank towers under our warranty to meet or exceed the below. Landa Mobile Systems lattice products under gov’t (Navy) acquisition rules worked through the approval testing process, by their acceptance testing standards. BAE imposed an additional gov’t required Acceptance Test Procedure which mandated they test every aspect of the tower system with us as a witness before we would accept it (which, having gone through one with them, BAE quote led buyer “I would recommend for anyone, commercial or government.”
US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry, and Security approved exportable goods.
- Exceeds Environmental Low Temperature in accordance with Mil-Std-810 Procedure II: Operational cold start and/or Storage.
- High Temperature in accordance will Mil-Std-810 procedure I with solar loading.
- Salt Fog or Humidity in accordance with Mil-Std-810 Method 507.4.
- Blowing Rain in accordance with Mil-Std-810 method 506.4
- Blowing Sand and dust – In accordance with Mil-Std-810 method 510.4 procedure I
- MIL-STD-810G / 505.6 Solar Radiation( sun)
- MIL-STD-810G / 510.6 Sand and Dust
- MIL-STD-810G / 506.6 Rain
- MIL-STD-810G / 507.6 Humidity
- MIL-STD-810G / 509.6 Salt Fog
- Transport shock, The 20′ drop testing not recommended.
- Transport vibration
- Military Trans-portability Testing
- Shock and vibe to test
- Weight & Weight distribution testing
- Braking & Handling
- Grading/Slope @ 10-30%
- Steering & Handling
- Turning diameter
- Static roll-over
- Stability & Handling
- Towing compatibility
- Structural Steel A-36
- Hardware upgraded from A325 bolts to Grade 9, EcoCoated more durable and longer-lasting than galvanized
- Max survival wind speed 140 mph
- 106′ Deployment time 1 minute for vertical lift and erection under 22 minutes
- Max azimuth (twist) play less than .75 degree
- LMS offers free training for all owner-operators at the plant located in Tulsa, Oklahoma or we can come to your site for training or service at shop rates.
For each tower deployment the location of the COW, location of guy cables, quantity of guy cables, coaxial cables, specific antenna loading, and antenna elevation are all very critical factors in determining the specifics of that tower. Therefore, we analyze each specific COW deployment based on the above criteria to determine its feasibility. The TIA-222-G uses the following factors that are considered in the design wind pressure of these towers.
- Structure Class: Used to determine the important factor for the structure based on the hazard to human life, property damage, and the necessity of essential services.
- Exposure Category: An exposure category that adequately reflects the characteristics of ground surface irregularities at the site shall be determined. An account shall be taken of variations in ground surface roughness from natural topography, vegetation as well as from man-made / constructed features.
- Topographic Category: A factor to consider wind speed-up at isolated hills, ridges, and escarpments constituting abrupt changes in the general topography.
- Wind Speed: The basic wind speed and ice thickness shall be at a minimum per the IBC wind maps and shall be considered to come from any horizontal direction.
- Gust Effect Factors: Factors that account for the effects of wind gusting and the calculated response of a tower type structure.
- Load Combinations: Used to determine the “timing” or combinations of loads on the structure at the same time per the 2012 IBC.
- Maximum angle of terrain in degrees for safe trailer deployment up to 7 degrees side to side, 3.5 degrees front to back without additional blocking.
- With this being said, there are no easy copy/paste answers. If you have a specific set of criteria we can analyze that as a baseline to help create an understanding of the COW’s feasibility. You can also read the LMS news HERE
- Providing clients detailed pertinent design information with exhaustive wind load reports and specific guying requirements for each install while maintaining Landa’s proprietary design drawings and calculations. You can also find our partner HERE
- Certified TAA Compliant supplier
Where its critical Landa Mobile Systems LLC has multiple towers placed on the shoreline in defense line for our Trident Nuclear Submarine Bases on both east and west coastlines. There is a reason for Landa towers to be is such critical areas around the world.