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Aluminum alloy inner-suspended lattice gin pole
1) Safety factor:2.5;
2) Length:13~32m;
3) Allowable vertical load:2~5 tons;

Aluminum alloy inner-suspended Lattice Gin Pole/ Tower Erection Gin Pole


It is used to erect pole and tower in the construction of transmission line.

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