|Never climb a tower again!
Hazers eliminate tower climbing, allow easy access to antennas, carry heavy loads, and feature quality
construction and easy installation on an erect tower.
How does it work?
The Hazer works like a simple elevator designed to easily raise and lower your antennas, measuring instruments,
rotators, etc. The Hazer is designed to wrap around the tower. A pulley at the top of the tower, along with a winch
and wire rope is used to raise and lower the antenna. It's as simple as raising a flag up a flag pole. No Climbing!
The Hazer makes servicing your antennas a cinch, even with one person!
May guy wires be used with the Hazer?
A fifty foot tower will require only one set of guy wires in most cases. We suggest putting these guys at the very
top of the tower in the few inches just above the Hazer. To lower a beam antenna, disconnect two guys by
completely unscrewing the turnbuckles at the ground. The guys then will drape in toward the tower. The Hazer can
then be lowered to the ground. Once down, the guys can be reconnected. Imagine having a completely guyed
tower with your antenna system parked at ground level. Never worry about storms again!
Is it easy to install?
The Hazer is easily assembled on an erected tower; however, some climbing is necessary to install the pulley
block assembly and winch cable. If it is installed before the tower is erected, no climbing is required. Once
installed, the Hazer travels smoothly past tower braces and section joints.
View the Glen Martin Hazer brochure here for full specifications.
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