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coconut palm2018-12-21T10:05:18+00:00

coconut palm

The technological functionality of this cell tower is concealed behind the natural appearance of a Coconut palm. The bark and foliage resemble the Cocos nucifera species, imitating the natural details. This allows the successful integration in many landscapes typical of tropical areas.

coconut palm

The technological functionality of this cell tower is concealed behind the natural appearance of a Coconut palm. The bark and foliage resemble the Cocos nucifera species, imitating the natural details. This allows the successful integration in many landscapes typical of tropical areas.

coconut palm

The technological functionality of this cell tower is concealed behind the natural appearance of a Coconut palm. The bark and foliage resemble the Cocos nucifera species, imitating the natural details. This allows the successful integration in many landscapes typical of tropical areas.

Technical Information

Technical Information

The coconut palm design may be executed according the latest EIA or Eurocodes. Other standards (BS, NV65) are also available. Materials and construction procedures comply with the requirements of European or American Standards. The trunk is made of a hot galvanized steel truncated pyramid shaped pole made up of several segments according to the overall height of the structure, which can vary from 15 to 40 metres. The bark covering the trunk is made of composite materials that are resistant to UVA rays and weather.

The foliage is made up of leaves in radio-transparent plastic materials that naturally hide the antennas and accessories. All the leaves are equipped with a special fall prevention system.
The configuration with the internal ladder has a door at the base to access the ladder allowing personnel to easily reach the antennas at the top.
The coconut palm can accommodate in site sharing the antennas of 3 different MNOs: up to 6 panel antennas, plus 4 microwave dish antennas with related diameter up to 60 cm.

The coconut palm design may be executed according the latest EIA or Eurocodes. Other standards (BS, NV65) are also available. Materials and construction procedures comply with the requirements of European or American Standards. The trunk is made of a hot galvanized steel truncated pyramid shaped pole made up of several segments according to the overall height of the structure, which can vary from 15 to 40 metres. The bark covering the trunk is made of composite materials that are resistant to UVA rays and weather.

The foliage is made up of leaves in radio-transparent plastic materials that naturally hide the antennas and accessories. All the leaves are equipped with a special fall prevention system.
The configuration with the internal ladder has a door at the base to access the ladder allowing personnel to easily reach the antennas at the top.
The coconut palm can accommodate in site sharing the antennas of 3 different MNOs: up to 6 panel antennas, plus 4 microwave dish antennas with related diameter up to 60 cm.

Height
Panel Antennas
Dish Antennas
Site Sharing

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