Who do you want to be legally liable if the tower falls over and kills
My suggestion is for you to contact a knowledgeable and experienced
tower engineering company.
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I am planning the installation of a self-supporting tower for a startup
WISP in Maryland. I am considering light duty off-the-shelf designs from
Trylon such as the SuperTitan. I am trying to determine whether to
include ice buildup as a factor in the tower purchase. I have obtained
maximum wind speed data from the local building department but they were
clueless when it came to considerations for ice buildup. What's the best
practice for arriving at this figure?
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