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Cellular on Wheels (COW) | Temporary Cell Towers on Wheels - L.M.S

Landa Cell on Wheels

Our company is one of the top telecommunication companies in the U.S., providing the most reliable networking system of a cell on wheels to its clients. Certified green all tower construction, deck, and outriggers, manufactured from 100% U.S.A. recycled steel. Landa cell on wheels come with manufactures and a lifetime warranty making them proven, long term, and reliable.

These towers can hold various large dishes and not have issues with weight or maintaining path alignment. L.M.S. cell on wheels make excellent temporary or permanent setups and are durable like no other. 

Cell on Wheels, portable temporary cell towers
High wind Mobile tower on platform

Cellular on Wheels Features

These towers can hold various large dishes and not have issues with weight or maintaining path alignment. L.M.S. cell on wheels make excellent permanent setups and are durable like no other. 

Landa Mobile Systems, L.L.C. conforming meets or exceeds low temperature per Mil-Std-810 Procedure II: Operational cold start and Storage, High Temperature in accordance will Mil-Std-810 procedure I with solar loading, salt fog or humidity per Mil-Std-810 Method 507.4. Blowing rain per Mil-Std-810 method 506.4, blowing sand and dust per H Mil-Std-810 method 510.4 procedure II, transport shock, transport vibration, military trans-portability testing, meets D.O.T. specs. Trauma and vibration test for ruggedness Mil-810, height & weight distribution testing, braking & handling, grading/slope @ 10-30%. Steering & handling, turning diameter, static roll-over, stability & handling, towing compatibility

What does all of this mean? It means you get a reliable tower solution for deploying a cell tower to a temporary site, construction site, or an emergency site. To keep connectivity with all of your needed data operations. Cell arrays are easily mounted, and of course, there are other options for mounting different solutions. We custom fabricate for any special requirements, so call, and we will discuss your needs for any project. Also, if there’s customization needed on the actual trailer we can handle that too.

Call today to find out more about shipping, weights, procurement or configuration. at (360) 474-8991.

Purdue University

Thank you for providing us a custom high-wind platform for communications in our extended outdoor classrooms.

Cell On Wheels Overview

  • Tower tilt base is 46" one-piece section, supporting our complete line of lattice towers with a Lifetime Warranty
  • Motor drive units are wash-down direct drive worm gear extreme environments with moisture drain
  • Landa design units to withstand the most severe -120 / 160 Fahrenheit conditions without failure. Safety guards in place on all rotatable components for operator protection
  • Tower trailer's structural outriggers have a Lifetime Warranty
  • EMP secure with both tilt and erection systems backed up. It is designed to operate with provided LMS key system with a cordless drill
  • Lattice towers are 100% redundant, backed up as a genuine emergency unit in the field

Certified Cell on Wheels Manufacturer

The main body of the tower has been analyzed utilizing the commercially available software TNX Tower version (previously known as RISA Tower & ERI Tower) constructed with ASTM A500, Grade B/C Carbon steel schedule 40, (exceeding minimum 55.3 KSI ASTM) standards yield strength in building the complete tower assembly with a Lifetime Warranty.

Solid rod cross bracing with hand backfilled welds incorporated on the tower come with a Lifetime Warranty

LMS 100% the U.S. owned and manufactured, our patented Cellular on Wheels rapid-deployment solution provides a platform for an alternative to the high cost of permanent structures. Proven in the long term, and temporary deployments.  No guy wires required to a maximum wind-load engineered design. 850lb tilt head load plus guaranteed. 2000 kip vertical sustained loading on all lattice towers.

Units meet International Building Code 2012 Section 1609.1.1 & 3108.4, and the recommendations of the Telecommunications Industry Association "Structural Standard for Steel Antenna Supporting Structures" ANSI/TIA-222-G-2

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