- 1000 mm face width
- 89x89 mm SHS, four-leg (square) design
- 42x4 CHS lattice webbing
- 6000 mm section length, 350 kg weight
- Hot dip galvanised to AS 4792
- Modular, buildable to heights of 6 to 30 m
- 25 year design working life
APAC's modular free-standing galvanised steel lattice towers are manufactured locally in Queensland in 6.0 metre, 350 kg sections, permitting comfortable handling during transport and assembly. The GT1000 module is a stackable design, to build towers up to 30 metres (five sections). The series' 1000 mm face width provides exceptional shear and torsional stiffness, necessary for many telecom applications. Fully-welded galvanised steel construction ensures the system can still be delivered at a low price point, but with minimal maintenance over its working life of 25 years - providing a superior total-cost-of-ownership.
GT1000 towers are a square-based (four-leg) self-supporting design, selected for minimal deflection and maximum durability in the extreme weather conditions our country faces. Ordinary free-standing galvanised towers have a tapered design, meaning final design height must be known well in advance of manufacturing, and each tower must be purchased as a single kit. GT1000 towers are designed to be manufactured and shipped as identical modules, arranged to any height as needed. The tower are ordinarily supplied in a galvanised finish, but can be supplied painted in aircraft colouring, or high visibility for mining applications.
The GT1000 series can be manufactured with mid and top-level platforms. Headframes are available to support a range of wind turbines, camera systems, radar, and telecommunications configurations.