Mobile Phone Base Stations
Description: Modern body developed for telephone base stations. Available formats include 4X4 and 6X6 cab chassis, semi-trailer and container units…

Note: The client can choose the entire configuration of both the chassis and the vehicle’s equipment. These units are designed to be deployed at hard-to-reach sites.

Structure and Body:

  • Metal structure (stainless steel or aluminium) with sandwich panels (a layer of polystyrene between two layers of glass fibre-reinforced polyester.
  • Interior lining and exterior cladding in glass fibre-reinforced polyester, sheet aluminium, etc.
  • Polyurethane used inside the walls for thermal and sound insulation in the version that has a metal structure.
  • Sandwich panels assembled using polyester and polyurethane putties.
  • Retractable aluminium stairs with handrails for access to tall units.
  • Handrails on roof to ensure operator safety.
  • Single-level floor throughout inside, with heavy-duty, easy-clean lining.
  • PVC or aluminium doors.
  • Storage space beneath all around the vehicle, to maximise payload space.
  • External paint job in colours of the client’s choice.
  • Vinyl wrap.
  • Position lights.
  • Aerodynamic deflector to bridge the gap between body and cab chassis (optional).

Main Equipment:

  • 2G, 3G and 4G telephone technology.
  • Duplicate equipment to ensure non-stop service.
  • Redundant HVAC system to ensure optimum equipment cooling.
  • 15- to 24-metre pneumatic antenna mast, depending on client needs, with the option of including antenna positioner.
  • Platform lift for lifting equipment to the unit’s roof (optional).
  • Redundant motorised electrical system between generator unit, mains and alternator, to keep power failures from interfering with performance.
  • Hydraulic levelling system.
  • Smart automatic levelling (optional).

Supplementary Equipment:

  • High-performance generator unit with its own fuel tank.
  • Alternator coupled to vehicle transmission.
  • Mast signal light.
  • First aid kit.
  • Fire extinguishers.
  • Water tank.

Air Traffic Control Towers
Description:
Modern bodies developed for air traffic control work.

Note: The client can choose the entire configuration of both the chassis and the vehicle’s equipment.

Control Cab:

  • Built according to the specifications and dimensions of a 20-foot container.
  • The cab’s structure is built using steel profiles and ISO angles.
  • Thermal and sound insulation.
  • PVC flooring.
  • Glass fibre-reinforced polyester or aluminium cladding.
  • Interiors panelled with glass fibre-reinforced polyester, aluminium, wood, Tablite or similar.
  • Stairs for access to the unit after deployment.
  • Doors built the same as the rest of the unit.
  • Polarised double glazing on outer windows. Wrap-around windows for full visibility. Roll-up curtains.
  • Wiring.
  • Air conditioning.
  • Fluorescent lighting.
  • Suitable furniture for installation of communication equipment.
  • Patch panel.
  • External connection to mains.
  • External paint job in colours of the client’s choice.
  • Vinyl wrap.
  • Signals on vehicle exterior.

Trailer:

  • Two-axle trailer.
  • Shackle-type hitch on drawbar.
  • Four-leg hydraulic levelling and stabilising systems.

Lift Platform:

  • Hydraulic scissor lift system.
  • Capable of bearing a load of 7,000 kg.

Schematics:

  • pdf