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Wind Tower Raising System by ARE American Resource & Energy

Engineering and Quality Control

ARE has produced more than 1,000 different renewable energy structure designs ranging from wind turbine poles to solar street lighting systems for companies around the world. Our renewable energy experience is unmatched and our engineering team performs the industry’s most in-depth static, fatigue and frequency analysis to ensure the safety and performance of every system.

Custom Engineering Services

We understand that projects often require a unique pole height or tower raising system. So we have an industry-leading engineering team that can design solutions for your project's specific needs. Contact one of our representatives and they will walk you through the installation and oversee engineering, shipping and delivery.

ARE Quality - Provided With Each Tower Order

  • American owned manufacturing facility in Asia is ISO 9001 certified for quality assurance (local manufacture also available in some locations)
  • American-grade GR 50/55/65 low-silicon steel ensures strength and durability
  • AWS/CSA certified welders
  • Mill certificates for coil and plate steel
  • Charpy-V impact test report
  • QC inspection report
  • Ultrasonic/ magnetic particle test report
  • Zinc coating report
  • Five-year warranty

Standards Used

ARE towers are designed to meet rigorous international standards for safety and quality.

  • IEC 61400-1-2 2006 (wind turbine designs and support structures)
  • EN 1090-1-2008, -2-2009 (European standards for welded steel structures)
  • Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Structures Part 1-9: Fatigue (Fatigue analysis for tower sections)
  • AASHTO 1994 – Version 3 Release Sept. 17th 2009 (U.S. code for design and fatigue life of high mast structures)
  • ANSI/ TIA-222-G (DS1-2011) (U.S. standard for telecom and wind turbine towers)
  • ASCE 7-2005 (U.S. minimum design loads for structures and foundations)
  • ACI 318-08 (U.S. Building code requirements for foundations)
  • AWS D1.1 (American Welding Society structural welding code)
  • CSA W47.1 (Canadian structural welding code)
  
 
 

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