Weather station mast
for airport

weather station mast
weather station mast
weather station mast
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Characteristics

Function
for weather stations
Domain
for airport

Description

Frangible Aviation Structures and LED Obstruction Lighting Specialists Special Frangible Support Structures As we all know living in the real world presents all manner of different circumstances whether easy or difficult and the is true of frangible support structures and it implementation in airport environments. Namely the key issues are, Railways lines, Motorways or carriageways, Rivers, Undulating ground levels, Existing building structures etc coupled with extreme weather conditions. Not to mention the operational issues such as aircraft jet blast, performance take offs and abortive landings all play their part on influencing the designs of our structures. Special mast designs whilst complying with strict regulations these frangible support structures must assure frangibility under impact and be of low mass. Main Advantages for using Exel Composite Frangible Special Masts/Poles. Extra Tall Masts over 35m Masts with centre hinged – for one man maintenance Off set masts Airport fencing Automatic weather observation systems Instrument landing System localisers Glidepath Towers Various Antenna and many more Full Scale Impact tested 25 years’ experience ICAO complaint and FAA approved No frangible couplings used No breakaway points No internal rigid steel support stiffening tubes Lightweight Glass‐Fibre Materials – Minimum Mass – from 2mm profile wall thickness Frangible Carbon composites Support Structures for Glide Path Towers and ILS supports for increased stability. Special Mast Designs Over 500+ global airports

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