Major supplier of towers and monopoles
to the UK’s mobile phone networks.
With a 70 year history in lattice tower production and the more recent acquisition of Alan Dick Towers and Masts, FLI has a full range of 'off the shelf' options which can save on design costs. Lattice towers typically provide a more flexible solution compared to monopoles, allowing for additional antenna and providing more flexibility in the feeder installation and good access to the telecoms equipment. They are also easier to extend for future additional antenna or users.
FLI manufacture various types of Lattice Towers from slender single-user options to large multi-user switch structures.
The new 5G tower.
Developed specifically for the loadings of the new networks, the ATS 1300 is a more economical solution than upgraded older designs. It is available up to 35 metres and capable of site share.
Our heavy duty 5G site share tower.
Suitable for high windspeed sites, again, available as an off-the-shelf design up to 40 metres and with the option of rapid deployment steel foundations.
Another new tower for the 5G roll-out.
The AD 1503 is a planning-friendly, slim parallel tower. Which can be upgraded at a later date to full site share and this is done without the expense of larger foundations for the original tower and without having to replace those foundations when the tower is upgraded.
5G Rooftop Stub Towers
RRUs, MHAs and active routers are mounted at the base of the structure on the roof grillage. Access to this equipment does not require climbing or powering down the antennas.
AD 1003 F
FLI has taken the industry standard 1003 and refined the design. With welded modules 3m or 6m high, this low profile triangular lattice tower is suited to Cross-Polar antennas and has deflection criteria suitable for microwave links.
Towers & Monopoles Guide
FLI have built and installed guyed masts around the world and have a large selection of parallel mast modules with guy attachments designed for these applications. They are the most cost effective way to support equipment at height, if the land is available to accommodate the guy footprint.