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Camouflaged Mobile Tree masts and Billboards

Pine Tree

The Pine Tree or Pinus is an evergreen conifer with fascicles of needle-shaped leaves, producing woody, seed-bearing cones. It is considered to be one of the oldest existing tree types and is referred to as the “Mother Tree”. We have chosen the Loblolly Pine (Pinus Taeda) as model for our pine tree mast. Following nature very closely, we have created a stunning tree mast that adds an imposing feature to most natural settings. The trunk (monopole) and steel sections are fabricated from the highest quality steel and is galvanized according to ISO standards. The Pine Tree mast is used for antennas ranging from 10 to 35 meters in height and is able to support a large antenna load. This mast is normally used in a mountainous environment or where pine forests are part of the natural surroundings. The antennas mounted on these masts are easily accessible by an internal and safe caged climbing ladder which leads to a sturdy and solid working platform at the top of the mast.

Palm Tree

The Palm Tree has an unbranched trunk crowned by large evergreen pinnate or palmate leaves. By meticulously following nature in the finishing and production of the mast to resemble a palm tree, we were able to produce a highly versatile multi-carrier camouflaged structure, which is ideal for blending into the surroundings of areas with a temperate, subtropical and tropical climate. The monopole and steel sections are fabricated from high quality steel, which is galvanized according to ISO standards. The Cocos Plumosa or Queen Palm mast is used for antennas ranging from 15 to 35 meters in height and is able to support a large antenna load. The unique design of the mast allows for easy access to the antennas by an internal and safe caged climbing ladder.

Yellowwood Tree

The Yellowwood or Podocarpus Latifolius tree is an evergreen conifer that grows up to 30 meters in height with strap-shaped leaves which has a bluntly pointed tip. It is commonly found in afro-temperate forests and often in mountainous areas. It is native to the moister southern and eastern areas of South Africa. The monopole and steel sections are fabricated from high quality steel and are galvanized according to ISO standards. The “bark” is created by a surface manipulation process using special colorants and coatings which are applied to the steel pole (trunk). The natural colours ensure durability, realism and a high quality finish that resembles an almost real Yellowwood Tree. The Yellowwood mast is used for antennas ranging from 15 to 35 meters in height and is able to support a large antenna load and the antennas are easily accessible by an internal and safe caged climbing ladder.

Ana Tree

The Ana Tree or Faidherbia albida is a native to Africa and the Middle East. It was formerly widely included in the genus Acacia and has also been introduced to India and Pakistan. Common names for it include Apple-ring Acacia and Ana Tree. It is a thorny tree growing between 6 to 30 meters tall and grows in areas with an annual rainfall between 250mm to 600mm. The monopole and steel sections are fabricated from high quality steel, which is galvanized according to ISO standards. The “bark” is created by a surface manipulation process using special colorants and coatings, which are applied to the steel pole (trunk). The natural colours ensure durability, realism and a high quality finish and resemble a lifelike Ana Tree. It has the same qualities as the Yellowwood tree with the only major difference being in the installation of the branches.

Mediterranean Cypress

The Mediterranean Cypress (Cupressus Sempervirens) or Pencil Pine is a medium-sized coniferous evergreen tree that grows to 35 meters tall, with a conic crown with level branches and variably loosely hanging branchlets and scale-like leaves. It has been widely cultivated as an ornamental tree for millennia away from its native range, mainly throughout the central and western Mediterranean region, and in other areas with similar hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters, including southwest South Africa and southern Australia. It can also be grown successfully in areas with cooler, moister summers, such as the British Isles, New Zealand and the Pacific Northwest. This tree is generally a flame-shaped, tapering cone-like tree, with erect horizontal branches forming a narrow peaked crown. The small overlapping leaves are smooth and shiny in various shades of green. We chose this stately tree as model for our Cypress Tree mast to ensure that the camouflaged mobile mast blends in with the natural surroundings of the Mediterranean and other coastal regions. This mast is specifically designed to the appropriate and desired structural design codes of the specific region.

Rooftop Shrub

Our miniature rooftop shrub masts are specifically designed for urban areas where the erection of antennas and antenna masts will diminish the appearance of buildings and its surroundings. These cone shaped shrubs are installed on building rooftops and has the appearance of a miniature pine tree. The camouflaged mini mast has space for two antennas and a microwave dish can also be mounted thereon. The leaves of the artificial shrubs are smooth and needle shaped with a realistic sway in the wind. Maintenance on these mini masts is safe and easy due to easy access to the antennas. These miniature masts will enhance the appearance of any building by making it look environmentally friendly in its concrete jungle surroundings.

Billboard

This camouflaged mobile mast enables us to conceal the antenna mounting pole behind specially designed and manufactured cladding panels. This provides an ideal surface for signage and advertising while effectively camouflaging the cellular and microwave antenna mounting situated at the top of the mast. The structural portion of the mast is made from high grade steel, which is galvanized to ISO specifications. It is a triangular steel structure with radio frequency (RF) transparent panel cladding on the top section and multi-customer advertising panels on the lower section. The structures are normally used to a height of 20 meters. The advertising panels and antennas are easily accessible by an internal and safe caged climbing ladder with platforms situated at each advertising panel level.