Blackhawk Climbable Roof Mast
5 metre, 50mm diameter
Part Number: MAS-BH-00002
Blackhawk 5m Guyed Climbable Roof Mast
Introducing the Blackhawk range of roof masts. To help our valued network of Australia-wide installers, we've introduced a range of heavy duty roof masts to complement the standard types that you're using on your jobs. Blackhawk's range of masts are ultra heavy duty and built tough for the Australian environment.
The clever split two-section design allows the top section to be rotatable, permitting azimuthal adjustments post-installation, and also completely replaceable with a custom mast head such as a cluster or sector mounting frame. Foot pegs are fully welded galvanised steel, climbable up to the three metre mark (first section) to access any equipment mounted even at the five metre mark.
50mm roof masts come into play when you need to install high gain or heavy antennas, where the standard 25mm roof masts won't support the load. Many wireless equipment vendors also require their radios to be attached to masts a minimum 35mm in diameter to ensure engineering wind load calculations are valid.
- Climbable foot-pegs to three metres
- Five metre total height, two section design
- Galvanised 48 mm (OD) pole
- Rotatable top section with optional mast heads
- Guyed at the three metre mark for exceptional stability
Sub-6 GHz microwave transmission requires strict tolerances with respect to deflection and rotation, and the large dish size associated with the lower frequency operation can add significant wind load. 48 mm roof masts are essential for reliable operation of point to point / multi-point wireless transmission in any weather condition. For 6 to 80 GHz microwave transmission we recommend the 75 mm roof mast.
Communications site engineers are often faced with the challenge of achieving sufficient height while maintaining project cost. Not all projects can afford the erection of a roof mounted lattice tower, and not all building owners may permit this. Blackhawk's climbable guyed five metre roof mast meets the challenge for a medium height while maintaining accessibility, allowing cameras, instruments, and antenna systems to be aligned, or more equipment added post-installation.