Using our new power pylons it is not only the single design that is optimized. The whole line or project is being taking into consideration.
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VISUAL IMPACT ASSESMENT, ROUTING & LANDSCAPING
In a perfect world electricity transmission lines would run as straight as possible, but natural barriers, such as hills, rivers and roads, have to be circumvented or crossed and land rights issues can often require a route to turn a corner. This places a lot of lateral strain on a pylon, to the side where the line turns, and so the suspension design needs to be supplemented so pylons can resist being pulled to one side. Similarly, a pylon at the end of a route has to be stronger than those which form the rest of the route because of the extra force it must cope with – rather like an anchorman in a tug of war team.
Using our new power pylons it is not only the single design that is optimized. The whole line or project is being taking into consideration and every function of the single pylon is incorporated in the same overall design. The result is a family of towers that are able to deviate according to the specific route and corridor.
We offer visualizations and animations to give you a clear idea of how we can improve your transmission lines.
Proposed improvements - before and after
See what a different design would look like in your surroundings - contact us now to learn more.