“Our inflatable antenna/video towers let you quickly put up antennas and/or video packages to extend or reinforce your coverage in a range of situations. There are several models and sizes available with an assortment of mounting and payload options. Along with superior portability, our inflatable antenna and sensor towers offer safer operation than steel or aluminum towers. AIR and AIRBASE Towers are so easy to use that one person can have one in operation in just minutes.
All LTA Projects’ inflatable towers are Made in the USA.
Emergency Agencies & Law Enforcement all over the US are using our Inflatable Towers for communications, lighting, & video. Now we are offering a brand new affordable version just for Amateur Radio: the 33 ft Inflatable Tower for Amateur Radio.
Emergency Agencies & Law Enforcement all over the US are using our Inflatable Towers for communications, lighting, & video. Now we are offering a brand new affordable version just for Amateur Radio. The 33 ft HAM Tower weighs just 52.5 lbs complete with blower, stakes, & ropes. The HAM33 will lift 10 lbs of antenna, with additional payload options along the sides.
Powerful continuous 110V 9.5A blower
Inflates in under 40 seconds
Easily handles 30 mph winds
Safe, fast setup in 7 minutes
Rugged, long-lasting materials
3 standard colors, 5 optional
Callsign Printed – Add $60
Made in Cookeville, Tennessee
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