Aluma Tower Company

Aluma towers around the world today

Aluma Tower Headquarters

Mexico

Saudi Arabia

Barbados

Brazil

Alaska

Hawaii

Israel

Bermuda

Oman

Antigua

Honduras

Nicaragua

Ecuador

Chile

Santo Domingo, DR

Trinidad

Bahamas

Caicos

Montserrat

Abu Dhabi

Cyprus

England

Scotland

Qatar

Thailand

Nigeria

Haiti

Lebanon

Iraq

Guam

Tajikistan

Canada

The company is “…today, at a tipping point of recognition for this product and its application, significant for major sectors of the global economy…”

brief history of aluma tower

A Brief History of Aluma Tower Co.

It is decade number five for the Aluma Tower Company, but early yet for a legacy spanning the substantial portion of our wireless world’s timeline.  Aluma Tower Co. continues designing customer-centric, innovative solutions for wireless communication infrastructure.  The favored core is the patented mobility tower/ trailer/ shelter system utilizing the earth’s third most abundant element, aluminum, singular for virtues of strength, agility and lightness.  Nesting towers expand up over 100 feet to provide 80% of steel’s strength with one-third the weight, aptly supporting antennas, RF equipment, cameras, lighting, and air sampling and wind measurement devices, among other peripherals.

Rugged trailers take the units over the road or up and down rough terrain.  Units have been lifted by rotorcraft to remote high altitudes, where solar panels provide the non-fossil fuel powering source.  Shelters enable implementation of sophisticated electronics, or a lab on wheels.  Specifics include wireless signal augmentation and relay and site-pertinent data capture and transfer.  Advantages bring, today, a tipping point of recognition for this product and its application, significant for major sectors of the global economy:  commercial cellular wireless reach (rapid system roll out), public safety (disaster prevention/ disaster recovery),  environmental research and meteorological monitoring, utility management, to name some.

The belief is, well, that we are in the early days!

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