The stainless steel (INOX) antenna mast with a length of 1.5 metres is made of 38 mm tube with a wall thickness of 1.5 mm. The steel from which the mast is made is ground and then satin-finished, so that the final visual effect is much better than in the case of elements made of raw stainless steel. A plastic plug is installed on the underside of the mast.
Connecting masts into a single permanent whole
Special embossments at the tip make it possible to connect elements.
The mast has been designed in such a way that it can be combined into a larger whole. Thanks to special embossing at the ends of the mast, it is possible to join the elements using a 9 cm long groove system by knocking in another segment in such a way that the embossing overlaps. Once joined, it is not possible to disconnect the segments.
Being able to join masts together is particularly important because:
- it enables cheap and easy shipment (delivering a long mast is often very expensive or impossible),
- shorter elements are much easier to transport by car and take up to the roof,
- it makes it possible to adjust mast height to specific needs.
The maximum height of the composite mast depends on:
- the selected safety coefficient,
- the weight and surface area (wind resistance) of suspended elements,
- the antenna arrangement (larger antennas should be placed at the bottom),
- the type and rigidity of the wall/chimney clamp,
- the type and number of additional anchoring clamps.
Other mounting elements made of stainless steel are also available: