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Removing anchors

The guiy wire anchors from my previour rotating tower are no longer in usem therefore they will be removed and 3x small BICC towers will be installed.



These small towers has to be cleaned and painted before installation. Using THVZ bolts and nuts and chemical anchors for concrete.

Chemical anchoring is a technique for fastening to concrete and similar substrates that provides more flexibility than mechanical anchoring.



With chemical anchoring, a resin is injected into the hole prior to insertion of the stud. With this, the chemical naturally fills in all irregularities and therefore makes the hole airtight, with 100% adhesion. This extra adhesion creates extra strength. And with mechanical anchors, each predetermined size—length (embedment) and diameter—has its own load capacity limits
  Chemical anchors

—also known as chemical studs—can also be placed towards the edge of concrete substrates and through masonry block. The non-expanding nature of a chemically-held rod drastically reduces the chance of the surrounding concrete cracking. This is very good for securing railings on to shallower slabs, or concrete stairs, and similar applications. Finally, chemical anchoring gives you the opportunity to make slight adjustments to the stud’s alignment while the chemical is curing, whereas a mechanical anchor needs a hole to be drilled millimetre-perfect every time, and if it isn’t, it cannot be used.

Underground cables are pulled in conduit that is buried underground, usually 1-1.2 meters (3-4 feet) deep to reduce the likelihood of accidentally being dug up.

In general, the most desirable and economical method of cable placement in open or rural areas is plowing. Here there will be fewer obstacles to impede the progress of the plowing equipment. The vibratory plow is designed for installing cables and small pipes. It has a 3/8 wide cut and cutting depths from 6 to 12 inch.

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