Assembling mast - DKE100

DKE110W and DKE110AV User Guide

Document code
M211943EN
Revision
D
Language
English (United States)
Product
DKE100
Document type
User guide
  • 4‑mm and 6‑mm Allen keys

To assemble the mast, you need:

  • Aluminum top section (1 pc)
  • Guy wire flange (1 pc) (if you use additional middle guy wires, 2 pcs)
  • Hex screw ISO4762 M8×20 (15 pcs)
  • Joining element (2 pcs)
  • Mast tube 2 (1 pc)
  • Mast tube 3 (1 pc)
  • Set screw DIN913 M8×20 (2 pcs)
  • Washer DIN125 B8.4 (15 pcs)
Connect the mast tubes on the ground or on an appropriate support, such as the support stand. Place the support between mast tubes 2 and 3.
  1. Attach a joining element to mast tube 1. Tightening torque 10 Nm.
    1
    Joining element (yellow)
    2
    Mast tube 1
    3
    Washer DIN125 B8.4 (2 pcs)
    4
    Hex screw ISO4762 M8×20 (2 pcs)
  2. Attach mast tube 2 to the joining element. Tightening torque 10 Nm.
    1
    Mast tube 2
    2
    Joining element (yellow)
    3
    Mast tube 1
    4
    Washer DIN125 B8.4 (4 pcs)
    5
    Hex screw ISO4762 M8×20 (4 pcs)
  3. If you have 2 guy wire flanges, install one of them before attaching mast tube 3.
    1
    Mast tube 2
    2
    Hex screw DIN912 M8×16 (3 pcs). Tightening torque 20 Nm.
    3
    Washer DIN125 B8.4 (3 pcs)
    4
    Washer DIN125 B10.5 (3 pcs)
    5
    Guy wire flange
    6
    Set screw DIN913 M8×20 (2 pcs). Tightening torque 5 Nm.
  4. Attach the second joining element to mast tube 2. Tightening torque 10 Nm.
    1
    Joining element (yellow)
    2
    Mast tube 2
    3
    Washer DIN125 B8.4 (2 pcs)
    4
    Hex screw ISO4762 M8×20 (2 pcs)
  5. Attach mast tube 3 to the joining element. Tightening torque 10 Nm.
    1
    Mast tube 3
    2
    Joining element (yellow)
    3
    Mast tube 2
    4
    Washer DIN125 B8.4 (4 pcs)
    5
    Hex screw ISO4762 M8×20 (4 pcs)
  6. Attach a second guy wire flange and the aluminum top section to mast tube 3.
  7. Align the bent part of the guy wire flange or flanges towards the guy wire foundations.