Signals from Rädlinger radio masts

At the beginning of August, the employees of Rädlinger Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH's structural engineering department built a 50 metre high radio mast weighing 16 tonnes.

The production of such a tower requires the employees' maximum attention. The challenge lies in the high structural requirements. Precision and dimensional accuracy are therefore extremely important. Rädlinger delivered the tower to the installation site in Alfeld near Nuremberg in six sections. There the tower was erected by the customer, Europoles GmbH & Co.KG from Neumarkt; the work was completed within a day with the help of a helicopter. To assemble the radio tower the individual sections, with a diameter of up to 1.42 metres, were bolted onto flanged rings.

This was the second time that the structural steelwork production department of the Rädlinger Group in Cham had landed an order to produce and deliver a steel antenna mast. Rädlinger completed a similar order a year ago. This tower was around eight metres shorter.


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