Tower Bases

The telecommunication and wireless communication industries use towers, poles and mounts as support structures for antennas, personal communication systems, commercial and amateur broadcasting, home television and cellular telephones. There are two basic types of towers: self-supporting and guyed. Self-supporting towers can be three- or four-sided steel-lattice pyramids or boxes or tubular monopoles. Guyed towers are a slender, steel structure supported by one or more levels of braided and stranded high-strength steel guy cables that anchor it to the ground. When selecting the proper tower type, it is important to consider how much land it will occupy, the soil type of the land and the overall height and weight of the finished installation.

Guyed towers have the compressive strength to support its own weight, but does not have the strength to stand unsupported, and requires guy lines to stay upright and resist lateral forces. Guy lines are usually spaced at equal angles around the structure’s base. Guyed towers require much more land than self-supporting towers. The guy lines are generally anchored to the ground at a distance from the base equal to approximately 80 percent of the tower’s height. Soil types need to be suitable for supporting foundations or for holding the guy anchors. There are three things to consider when calculating load requirements. First, is wind speed, sometimes referred to as wind load. This is the force the wind has on the tower and antennas. Second, is ice load, sometimes referred to as radial ice. This is the amount of ice in inches that is formed around each tower part. Third, is antenna loading, which covers anything added to the tower initially, and in the future, that will be exposed to wind.

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$731.17
Rohn SB65GH 65G Short Base, 5'-0"
$249.21
Rohn SB55G 55G Short Base, 5'-0"
$161.92
Rohn SB45G 45G Short Base, 5'-0"
$1132.18
Rohn BPH45G 45G Hinged Base Plate
$313.72
Rohn BPC55G 55G Concrete Base Plate
$179.63
Rohn BPC45G 45G Concrete Base Plate
$647.68
Rohn 45GSRSB Base Short 4.29' 45GSR Conc
$165.00
4' Concrete Base Stubs (set/3 ) w/ACWS Stubs for Section 6. For BX40, HBX32, or HDBX24 Towers.
$157.99
4' Concrete Base Stubs (set/3 ) w/ACWS Stubs for Section 5. For BX40, HBX32, or HDBX24 Towers.
$718.74
Hinged Base Stubs Self Supporting Hinged Concrete Base w/ACWS. Fits sections 7 & 8. For BX56, BX64, HBX48, HBX56, HDBX40, or HDBX48 Towers.
$935.00
Rohn RAL10 Anchor Base is the ideal base for towers where section 10 is the bottom section of the tower. It has a template to insure the base is set in the proper place when setting in concrete. This is a double nut base which is used for leveling after the foundation is poured.
$726.00
Rohn RSB10 Short Anchor Base is the cost effective base for towers where section 10 is the bottom section of the tower. It is a base that is in effect a small tower section that is put together and set in the concrete foundation. There is a horizontal brace that is used for leveling the base at the time the foundation is poured. It MUST BE SET PERFECTLY LEVEL in the concrete because it can't be adjusted later.
$929.50
Rohn RAL09 Anchor Base is the ideal base for towers where section 9 is the bottom section of the tower. It has a template to insure the base is set in the proper place when setting in concrete. This is a double nut base which is used for leveling after the foundation is poured.
$715.00
Rohn RSB09 Short Anchor Base is the cost effective base for towers where section 9 is the bottom section of the tower. It is a base that is in effect a small tower section that is put together and set in the concrete foundation. There is a horizontal brace that is used for leveling the base at the time the foundation is poured. It MUST BE SET PERFECTLY LEVEL in the concrete because it can't be adjusted later.
$924.00
Rohn RAL08 Anchor Base is the ideal base for towers where section 8 is the bottom section of the tower. It has a template to insure the base is set in the proper place when setting in concrete. This is a double nut base which is used for leveling after the foundation is poured.
$671.00
Rohn RSB08 Short Anchor Base is the cost effective base for towers where section 8 is the bottom section of the tower. It is a base that is in effect a small tower section that is put together and set in the concrete foundation. There is a horizontal brace that is used for leveling the base at the time the foundation is poured. It MUST BE SET PERFECTLY LEVEL in the concrete because it can't be adjusted later.
$918.50
Rohn RAL07 Anchor Base is the ideal base for towers where section 7 is the bottom section of the tower. It has a template to insure the base is set in the proper place when setting in concrete. This is a double nut base which is used for leveling after the foundation is poured.
$629.20
Rohn RSB07 Short Anchor Base is the cost effective base for towers where section 7 is the bottom section of the tower. It is a base that is in effect a small tower section that is put together and set in the concrete foundation. There is a horizontal brace that is used for leveling the base at the time the foundation is poured. It MUST BE SET PERFECTLY LEVEL in the concrete because it can't be adjusted later.
$902.00
Rohn RAL06 Anchor Base is the ideal base for towers where section 6 is the bottom section of the tower. It has a template to insure the base is set in the proper place when setting in concrete. This is a double nut base which is used for leveling after the foundation is poured.
$609.40
Rohn RSB06 Short Anchor Base is the cost effective base for towers where section 6 is the bottom section of the tower. It is a base that is in effect a small tower section that is put together and set in the concrete foundation. There is a horizontal brace that is used for leveling the base at the time the foundation is poured. It MUST BE SET PERFECTLY LEVEL in the concrete because it can't be adjusted later.
$896.50
Rohn RAL05 Anchor Base is the ideal base for towers where section 5 is the bottom section of the tower. It has a template to insure the base is set in the proper place when setting in concrete. This is a double nut base which is used for leveling after the foundation is poured.
$591.80
Rohn RSB05 Short Anchor Base is the cost effective base for towers where section 5 is the bottom section of the tower. It is a base that is in effect a small tower section that is put together and set in the concrete foundation. There is a horizontal brace that is used for leveling the base at the time the foundation is poured. It MUST BE SET PERFECTLY LEVEL in the concrete because it can't be adjusted later.
$891.00
Rohn RAL04 Anchor Base is the ideal base for towers where section 4 is the bottom section of the tower. It has a template to insure the base is set in the proper place when setting in concrete. This is a double nut base which is used for leveling after the foundation is poured.
$583.00
Rohn RSB04 Short Anchor Base is the cost effective base for towers where section 4 is the bottom section of the tower. It is a base that is in effect a small tower section that is put together and set in the concrete foundation. There is a horizontal brace that is used for leveling the base at the time the foundation is poured. It MUST BE SET PERFECTLY LEVEL in the concrete because it can't be adjusted later.
$885.50
Rohn RAL03 Anchor Base is the ideal base for towers where section 3 is the bottom section of the tower. It has a template to insure the base is set in the proper place when setting in concrete. This is a double nut base which is used for leveling after the foundation is poured.
$572.00
Rohn RSB03 Short Anchor Base is the cost effective base for towers where section 3 is the bottom section of the tower. It is a base that is in effect a small tower section that is put together and set in the concrete foundation. There is a horizontal brace that is used for leveling the base at the time the foundation is poured. It MUST BE SET PERFECTLY LEVEL in the concrete because it can't be adjusted later.
$880.00
Rohn RAL02 Anchor Base is the ideal base for towers where section 2 is the bottom section of the tower. It has a template to insure the base is set in the proper place when setting in concrete. This is a double nut base which is used for leveling after the foundation is poured.
$569.80
Rohn RSB02 Short Anchor Base is the cost effective base for towers where section 2 is the bottom section of the tower. It is a base that is in effect a small tower section that is put together and set in the concrete foundation. There is a horizontal brace that is used for leveling the base at the time the foundation is poured. It MUST BE SET PERFECTLY LEVEL in the concrete because it can't be adjusted later.
$585.75
Hinged Base Stubs Self Supporting Hinged Concrete Base w/ACWS. Fits sections 3 through 6. For BX24, BX32, BX40, BX48, HBX24, HBX32, HBX40, HDBX24, or HDBX32 Towers.
$176.23
4' Concrete Base Stubs (set/3 ) w/ACWS Stubs for Section 7 & 8. For BX56, BX64, HBX48, HBX56, HDBX40, or HDBX48 Towers.
$165.00
4' Concrete Base Stubs (set/3 ) w/ACWS Stubs for Section 5. For BX40, HBX32, or HDBX24 Towers.
$97.17
4' Concrete Base Stubs (set/3 ) w/ACWS Stubs for Section 4. For BX32 or HBX 24 Towers.
$97.17
4' Concrete Base Stubs (set/3 ) w/ACWS Stubs for Section 3. For BX24 Tower.