Depending on the equipment, the mobile mast can be used in various monitoring systems, e.g. for construction sites, car parks, or other large areas requiring surveillance, or it can be used as a site lighting unit or radio mast. It can also be used for nature observation in nature reserves, at small airports/local aeroclubs, and even for military installations and facilities.
The mast extends to a maximum height of 6.8 metres (height calculated from the ground).
The raising mechanism is equipped with a manual cable winch with an automatic brake. The mast locks automatically at any height when the raising or lowering process is stopped.
Yes. The raising and lowering of the mast can be performed by a single person and is a process that does not require the use of great physical strength. The correct gear ratio of the raising mechanism allows the mast to be efficiently raised to the desired height in a matter of minutes. The lowering process is shown in the attached instructional videos.
Yes. The mast self-locks at any height within its operating range.
The entire mast structure with box (without fittings) weighs about 350 kg.
Yes. Special extendable feet are responsible for the stability of the mast. The extendable tower feet double the support area, provide stability, and ensure that the mast is securely fastened. In order to achieve the required stability of the tower, the ground beneath the mast should be specially prepared (even, hardened, mechanically stable, and with adequate bearing capacity). Concrete slabs should be placed under the extendable feet to guarantee stability of support. Adjustable tower feet allow the entire structure to be levelled at the target site.
Only the lowered mast structure should be transported using vehicles dedicated to the transport of such dimensions. The tall structure should be secured with straps during transport. The mast can be loaded and unloaded using a forklift and HDS boom (the box has specially-prepared slings for this purpose). A special trailer for loading, transporting, and unloading the complete tower will soon be available from us.
The structure of the mast itself is galvanised as standard. The construction of the entire box is powder-coated in light grey (RAL 7035). On special request, the mast and box can be painted in any colour from the RAL palette.
There is approximately 8 m2 of flat advertising space available to the client, which is ideal for the application of their logo or the final name of the unit. It can also be an advertising area for other companies (builders, developers, etc.). We can personalise the tower in this way on request.
The mast structure is galvanised for high corrosion resistance. The booth structure is sandblasted, primed, and then powder coated. The entire structure is highly resistant to weather conditions (corrosion). In addition, the design of both the mast and the box ensures easy drainage into the ground and prevents water accumulation.
Yes. The tower has been designed to withstand wind pressures of up to 100 km/h at maximum mast height. The wide support area and 100 kg concrete weights installed in the box stabilise the structure in high winds.
The construction of the box is solidly built (welded construction using thick-walled profiles). The door construction is equipped with a special anti-prise bolting system combined with a reinforcement system. The opening door has two security locks and the doors can be equipped with proximity door sensors. The area of the mast in standard operation with the monitoring system is protected by a system of cameras placed on it – the appearance of an unauthorised person in the area of the tower is signalled by an alarm and notification sent to the security headquarters.
No licences or any additional authorisations are required to use or operate the mast.
The mast is built in accordance with the Machinery Directive and carries the CE mark.
Yes, a mast can be purchased by anyone and used for their applications.