The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) TIA-222 Revision H Structural Standard for Antenna Supporting Structures, Antennas and Small Wind Turbine Support Structures is now available to order online.
The TIA-222 standard provides the requirements for the structural design and fabrication of new and the modification of existing antenna supporting structures, antennas, small wind turbine supporting structures, appurtenance mounting systems, structural components, guy assemblies, insulators and foundations.
The TIA-222 standard is available in four different volumes sorted by discipline:
- Volume 1 – Loading and Analysis Parameters: Engineers, building and code officials.
This volume is focused on the design loading and application methods for appurtenance supporting structures and appurtenance mounting systems
- Volume 2 – Strength Design: Engineers, fabricators, building and code officials
This volume is focused on determining the strength, resistance and stability of appurtenance supporting structures and appurtenance mounting systems
- Volume 3 – Installation and Maintenance: Owners, inspection firms, and contractors
This volume is focused on work pertaining to the installation of, inspection on, maintenance and upgrades for appurtenance supporting structures and appurtenance mounting systems
- Volume 4 – Annexes: Engineers, owners, inspection firms, and contractors looking for very specific details from the Standard
Stakeholders interested in TIA-222 Revision H can purchase the updated standard here.
December 12, 2019
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