The tapered shape of the Self–supporting Tower facilitates maximum antenna loading while minimizing the compound size. The tower is triangular and ranges in height from 24.4m to 81.1m (80 to 266 feet). It is excellent where a mid–height tower is needed and ideal for high–density sites. A key benefit is that antennas can be mounted at any elevation on the structure.
The Guyed Tower is ideal for broadcast applications where maximum height and load capacity are essential. It is available in multiple configurations and heights ranging from 70m to 130.5m (230 to 428 feet). The Guyed Tower is ideal for high–density rural sites with no compound restrictions.
Power transmission towers
Trylon has been building steel structures since 1932 and our team is experienced in designing, supplying and installing steel lattice towers to support power transmission lines ranging from 69 kV to 765 kV.
To facilitate the continuous improvement of work safety and safe work practices, Trylon is pleased to announce that our Alberta Operations have successfully attained one of the most stringent workplace safety accreditations in the construction industry, COR Certification. Accreditation to these high safety COR standards creates a culture of proactive workplace health and safety, reduces the risk and costs associated with workplace incidents, and qualifies Trylon for future diversified opportunities.