Aluminium Tower Manufacturer

REMAC

Reduce Your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Using REMAC Towers:

  • Shorten installation time on site
  • Avoid delays (galvanization)
  • Reduction of Errors and non-conformities
  • Limit maintenance costs
  • Reduction of costs related to transportation and rental of lifting equipment

5 to 7 hours

Experience the fastest install time in the industry with REMAC pylons

Spend 91% less

time, money and resources to assemble the REMAC aluminum towers on your site

Our Projects

St-Honoré Tower, QC

Coordinates : 48°29’59.06” N, 71°01’31.85” W 
Installation date : December 2020 
Height : 81,39 pieds, 24,808 meters 
Base width : 6 feet, 1,829 meters  
Top width : 2,74 feet, 0,836 meters 
Capacity : 300 Pa  
Description : The very first CSA-S37-18 certified 80-foot freestanding tower in Canada. This tower is currently one with the largest load in Canada (80 feet) 

Pictou Tower, Nova Scotia

Localisation : 45°40’59.74” N, 62°44’03.97” W
Installation date : Mars 2022
Height : 100,41 feet, 30,606 meters
Base width : 12 feet, 3,658 meters
Top width : 2,79 feet, 0,850 meters
Capacity : 810 Pa
Description : This 100-foot, CSA-S37-18 certified freestanding tower was designed to withstand the high winds and heavy ice loads associated with Pictou County, Nova Scotia.

Eureka Tower, Nova Scotia

Localisation : 45°40’59.74” N, 62°44’03.97” W
Installation date : Mars 2022
Height : 100,41 feet, 30,606 meters
Base width : 12 feet, 3,658 meters
Top width : 2,79 feet, 0,850 meters
Capacity : 810 Pa
Description : This 100-foot, CSA-S37-18 certified freestanding tower was designed to withstand the high winds and heavy ice loads associated with Pictou County, Nova Scotia. 

Why Choose Aluminum for Your Infrastructures?

Lightweight

REMAC aluminum towers are 50% lighter than galvanized steel towers

Corrosion resistant

The aluminum used to manufacture the towers (6061 T6) offers a high resistance to corrosion.

Transportation

The towers (pylons) can be transported by helicopter for the most difficult to access locations.

Pre-assembly

Factory pre-assembly reduces the number of bolts to be tightened and the risk of error by over 94% during the final installation of the tower. 

Quality

REMAC manufactures the lathes in-house, from extrusion to assembly, ensuring compliance with CSA-S37-18 and TIA-222-H standards. The inherent job site nonconformities that are generated by temperature, working at heights, difficulty of access, and difficulty of using torquing devices are almost entirely eliminated with REMAC’s design and conception.

Increase in bandwidth

The New Generation of Telecom Infrastructures 

With the increase in bandwidth observed over the last few years, cellular and wireless carriers must and will continue to densify their network infrastructures and the equipment required to support these new technologies. 

Telecommunications towers (pylons) available on the market today are, for the most part, made of galvanized steel, a material that offers many advantages, but is also very heavy, requires regular maintenance and is vulnerable to corrosion (rust). 

REMAC towers are certified (CSA-S37-18 or TIA-222-H) and come pre-assembled in two, three or four sections to speed up installation and ultimately reducing errors and total cost of ownership.

With its CSA-S37-18 and TIA 222-H certified aluminum towers, REMAC innovates by developing dedicated, ultra-strong extrusions to withstand heavy loads, wind and ice. With the deployment of the first 300 Pa tower in St-Honoré, QC, REMAC has proven that it is possible to manufacture lightweight, easy-to-install, corrosion-resistant telecommunications structures. 

Let’s talk

You have a structural project in mind and would like to find an efficient, reliable and proactive manufacturing partner?  

Our partners

REMAC would like to thank its partners

Logo Rio Tinto
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