known as a 3-Legged Angle Tower, is a type of telecommunications or power transmission tower that is commonly used to support antennas, dishes, or other equipment. The tower is constructed using a triangular lattice framework made of galvanized steel angle iron sections, which provide both strength and durability. The triangular design of the tower provides stability, as the weight of the equipment is evenly distributed across all three legs, making it ideal for areas with high winds or seismic activity. These towers are typically erected in remote or difficult-to-reach locations and can range in height from a few meters to several hundred meters. These towers can be manufactured to preferred heights.