With advanced design technology and long-established expertise in telecommunication towers industry, STOWER has supplied telecommunication towers to all leading companies such as AIS, DTAC, TruemoveH, Huawei, CAT and TOT.
Self-Supporting Towers (SST) or lattice towers are made from strong steel frame and are wider at base with customized height upon requirement.
The SSTs are segmentally constructed with triangular (3 legs) or rectangular
(4 legs) base which require a larger footprint than monopole towers but still need a much smaller area than guyed mast towers. The SSTs’ strength are designed to carry nearly any type of wireless communication equipment loads and are most suitable on flat landscapes.
Guyed Mast Towers
Guyed Mast Towers are straight towers which are supported by steel guy cables anchoring 3 sides of the towers to the ground. Unlike SSTs, guyed towers do not taper as they rise and each section of the towers have the same width.
These towers require a larger area of installation.
Monopole Towers are small single-pole with 3 legs attached to the ground. These types of towers require smaller footprint than the SSTs and guyed mast towers making monopole towers especially popular on the rooftop of buildings in urban communities where area is limited.