concealment for american continent
It’s a structure that hides its technological functionality by concealing it behind the natural appearance of a Washingtonia palm. The Washingtonia palm follows closely the appearance of the Washingtonia robusta species, a palm widespread around the American continent, which has the characteristic of maintaining, at the base of the foliage, the dry palm leaves that are combined at the top of the trunk itself.
UP TO 30 m
UP TO 12
UP TO 4 Ø max 30cm
UP TO 2 TLC operators
The trunk is made of a hot galvanized steel truncated pyramid shaped pole made up of several segments depending upon the overall height of the structure, which can vary from 18 to 30 metres. The base of the Washingotn palm has a cable output and inspection hole for maintenance operations. The bark covering the trunk is made of composite materials that are resistant to UVA rays and weather. The palm leaves making up the foliage are green and hide a 4 metre pole on which it is possible to install dishes and accessories. The section that holds the antennas, however, is located right below the top and is hidden by a set of yellow leaves, also made of radio-transparent plastic materials that make up the structure.
HIGHEST QUALITY MATERIALS
The shape of the foliage, details of the branches, and the appearance of the bark are surprisingly realistic and maintain their mechanical characteristics and colour over time. All plastics are resistant to UVA rays and weather in the most extreme climate conditions.
All plastic materials used in the branches are certified and attenuate the radio signal below 1 dB.
SITE SHARING CONFIGURATION
The structure can hold up to two TLC operators, completely hiding the antennas and dishes below the foliage.
Many components can be built into the structure: video surveillance cameras, safety systems, etc.