Palm Pole Towers
Inside Palm Pole Towers:
Cocos Plumosa Palm
Foxtail Palm
Phoenix Reclinata Palm
Phoenix Dactilifera Palm
Palm Pole Towers Examples

By meticulously following nature in finishing the tower to resemble the palms, Brolaz has managed to create a highly versatile multi-carrier camouflaged structure ideally suited to temperate, subtropical and tropical environments. The monopole and steel sections are fabricated from high quality steel which is galvanized according to ISO standards. The "bark" is created by surface manipulation using special colorants and coatings which are applied to the steel trunk. The natural colours ensure durability, realism and a high quality finish. The palm fronds are manufactured from materials that allow for minimum RF attenuation and serve to camouflage the cellular and microwave antennas from view.
The tower is designed to be internally climbable with doors at the bottom and top of the structure. A generous working platform and antenna mounting area at the top of the tower ensures ease of installation and maintenance of antennas.

The Cocos Plumosa Palm Pole Tower is normally used for up to 35 metre applications, supporting a large antenna load. The normal heights range between 15 – 35 metres. This palm pole tower is best suited for application in temperate, subtropical and tropical environments and is specifically designed to the appropriate structural design codes for the region of implementation.
An antenna spine and platform provide for microwave and cellular antenna mounting. This structure is our most versatile model in palm pole towers and will accommodate up to 3 operators in the 900MHz band or 4 operators in the 1800MHz band.
Feeders are attached to an internal feeder cable ladder adjacent to the climbing ladder and exit the tower via the foundation to the container.
Climbing access is via an internal caged climbing ladder onto a working platform at the top of the tower. Access to the internal climbing ladder is via a lockable access door at the base of the structure and via a trapdoor at the top of the structure.
This is generally a containerized solution at the base of the structure (often disguised as a boulder).
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