Rohn 45G Self Supporting Tower Kits

The self-supporting G-Series towers offer an easy,
low-cost solution to get light weight antennas in
the air quickly. By using the G-Series tower as a
self-supporting structure, you minimize land
area usage. They are functional in a wide variety
of wind speeds. See ROHN’s standard designs
to help identify the right structure for your project.
These are the same sturdy, robust tower sections
that ROHN has fabricated for years. Each larger
model allows for more loading capacity.

If your installation exceeds the load, wind, or ice limits set forth in the Rohn
specifications you must guy or bracket your tower. Professional consultation and/or
installation required.

• Completely hot-dip galvanized after fabrication
• Cross bracing is formed by a continuous solid rod bracing
fashioned into a zig-zag pattern for strength
• Pre-engineered loading charts meet varying
individual specs and site conditions
• Typical uses include: small dishes, broadband,
security and two-way communication
• All towers have 'fixed' bases
• Built on a 16-3/4" equilateral triangle

The kit part numbers for ROHN Self-Supporting G-Series towers include:
• Short base for embedment in concrete
• All tower sections and connection hardware

Rohn 45G Tower Sections & Kits ship via LTL Freight Only. We are happy to ship anywhere in the continental United States. We will gladly ship to international forwarders as well. 
Pick up available Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Contact us to arrange pick up.
If a forklift is not available at the delivery location (such as a residence or business without a dock), you will be required to unband the pallet and remove the tower sections from the truck by hand. (average section weight is 70 lbs). 
When the freight company contacts you to schedule a delivery appointment they will ask you if you require a liftgate at delivery - this would allow the driver to remove the pallet as a whole from the truck. This service is not standard - if you wish to have a liftgate you will be responsible for those charges at delivery. You must provide a valid contact number during checkout so the freight company can contact you regarding delivery.
Note: If your driveway is not accessible to a semi you will need to meet them at the street to unload.