Lattice towers for power transmission lines

 

Lattice towers for power transmission lines have a history more than half a century long. Since their inception, the structures underwent major changes, their quality, durability and easiness of maintenance significantly improved.

Today, metal lattice towers for power transmission lines are used in the construction of 35-1150 kV PTLs. In the working characteristics of the products the operation in various climatic conditions, including severe ones, is envisaged.

Lattice towers for power transmission lines can be delivered in various versions: single-stand and multistand, free standing, on braces, etc. In the standard version, the poles for power transmission lines are manufactured as a spatial lattice element, which consists of angle rolled metal pieces assembled on bolts.

The Orenburg Hot-Dip Galvanizing Plant offers for supply the metal lattice towers for power transmission lines with reliable corrosion protection by method of hot-dip galvanizing. The production capacity of the plant can reach 80,000 tons of metal per annum. If needed, we will arrange for shipping.

Modern equipment, rich experience in the steel structures' market as well as the Quality Control at every stage of production, these are the components of reliability and durability of our products.

The price of galvanized steel structures is based upon the amount and the complexity of the work and is determined individually.