We are the most experienced and reliable supplier of lattice steel structures for electrical transmission towers in the region, providing an optimized solution based on ASCE 10-15 and AISC 360-05 standards.
Our design, manufacturing and supply and installation capabilities give us an unmatched ability to be a comprehensive and competitive supplier in the electric transmission market.
The towers can have a wide variety of shapes due to their geometry, function and the voltage of the energy transported, as well as sizes. Normal height ranges are from 20 meters to over 120 meters
These structures are formed using angular section steel profiles, are used for power lines of all voltages, and are the most common type for high voltage transmission lines.
Factors to take into account for its manufacture are:
• Geographical location of the site.
• Tower height and existing area for its installation.
• Wind speed (region).
• Loads supported by the structure
• Number of transmission lines and their diameter.
• The steel used is grade 36, 50 and 65.
• Stubs that are a combination of angles are used.
• The screws used is based on the ASTM A394 standard
• They are designed in specialized software.
• Hot dip galvanized based on ASTM A123 standard
• Liquid paint or powder paint
•Ease of transport: the elements that make up the towers are transported loose, taking up little space and facilitating their handling.
•Immediate manufacturing: with approved designs, the manufacturing process and galvanizing is very fast, to ensure timely deliveries.
•Quick assembly: assembly with angles, plates and screws to Forming sections, it is done easily and with very few personnel and tools.
•Durability: because they are hot-dip galvanized, the towers offer longer life, even in the most unfavorable conditions (industrial areas,marine environments).
•Less weight: the towers are very light and therefore inexpensive. The low weight implies economy in its foundations.
•Possibility of partial replacements: quick and easy change of structuralelements, when the circumstances require it.
•Recyclable: When demolished, it still preserves the residual value of the material,
since it is recoverable.