PiRod Offers Preview of TIA Tower Standard
Plymouth, IN - Oct 1, 2001 - As a prelude to the forthcoming revision of the TIA/EIA standard for communications towers, PiRod has recently published a Q&A offering insight on the changes most likely to occur.
While shedding light on the imminent changes, the new 12 page booklet also offers an explanation on how those changes will generally affect tower design. John Erichsen, PiRod's vice president of engineering, emphasizes how important it is that specifiers familiarize themselves with the new Rev G because it will allow them to make better buying decisions.
For a free copy of Revision G: How It's Going to Impact Your Job, contact PiRod by mail at 1545 Pidco Drive, P.O. Box 128, Plymouth, IN 46563-0128; by phone at 219-936-4221 or 877-467-4763; by fax at 219-936-6796; or go to www.pirod.com.
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