Rotating Tower Systems


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 "Get The Most From Your Tower Investment"

Using our components you can build a rotating tower with greater capability than 3-4 static towers.  A rotating tower allows common rotation of HF stacked arrays, VHF and UHF arrays, and antennas mounted at optimum heights.  Component design also allows tower shunt loading and end support for wire antennas. 

Our components are professionally designed and built for uncompromising service and performance in a demanding application.

It is the goal of Rotating Tower Systems to offer only the finest hardware and that all customers are 100% satisfied, without exception.

Quality Assurance

Hardware from Rotating Tower Systems is professionally designed and built.  The designer of this hardware holds BSME and MSME degrees, is a Registered Professional Engineer, holds numerous patents, and has twenty five years of mechanical design engineering experience.  In addition, all fabrication is done by qualified skilled craftsmen.  Welding is done by an ASME Certified Welder and galvanizing is done per ASTM specifications.  Our components have been designed and built to be at least twice as strong as the tower type with which it is used.  The limits of an installation are dictated by the tower type with no restriction imposed on system design by our components.  Long service life is assured by having all steel parts hot dip galvanized and using only readily available commercial bearings.  The Bearings used were selected to provide very large safety factors by having load ratings very much in excess of the forces seen in operation.  This further ensures long and trouble free operation.



Contact us if you have any questions about RTS products
Owner  Paul Nyland - K7PN
Address  PO Box 1959, Sandy, OR  97055
Telephone  (503) 668-0707
Fax  (503) 668-0999
E-mail  Paul

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