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So many things to love about our EZ Towers – but just to name a few, our tower requires no climbing, no guy wires and no supports – installable and serviceable from the ground. The antenna direction (azimuth) can also be adjusted from the ground.
The base section is cemented into a mounting hole in the ground. No additional support is needed.
Our foundation requirements are comparatively minimal. We require a 12” diameter hole dug to a depth of 6 to 7’ deep and about 6-7 sacks (a bit more in sandy soils, fill to grade) of Quick Crete (See our DIY Installation Instructions for further details). Most of our end users are located in rural areas, and rural fencing contractors can usually drill the mounting hole and install the base section for you.
Our monopole has a tilt-over mast that allows you to install the radio antennae from the ground as well as adjust it and service it from the ground.
The LM-4 EZ Tower consists of a square base section and 3 or 4 round sections of high-strength, galvanized steel. The longest section is about 21 feet in length, altogether weighing around 500 -550 pounds depending on required height.
The LM-4 EZ Tower can go up to 75’. We are open to requests to meet any additional needs you may have. If you require a taller tower, please let us know what you’re looking for and we’ll see what we can do to make it happen.
The LM-4 EZ Tower is designed to handle a 16” dish antenna at 60’ and a 10” dish at 75’.
Please let us know what you’re looking for and we’ll see what we can do to make it happen.
Backhaul, Relay or MicroPop applications usually require multiple radios. This additional loading may reduce usable height of the mast for the LM-4 . We have designed the LM-5, a more robust tower for MicroPoP applications standing approximately 60' in height and can handle a wind load of 2 feet squared. Please let us know your configuration, and we will revert.
We do not suggest raising or lowering the tower during any windy days or bad weather.
Typically not, as 60-75' is still considered a rather low tower. However, each state or local municipality may have different restrictions or requirements, especially those near an airport. Please check with the restrictions in your city, county, municipality, state.