Brackets and Mounting Options

Brackets and Mounting Options

Mounting hardware is available to mount Comrod aluminium masts onto a vehicle, shelter, trailer or building. Below is a short description of solutions available. If you do not see a mounting that meets your particular application, please contact your Comrod representative who will be glad to offer a solution.

Fixed Brackets

These brackets allow the telescopic mast to be transported in vertical position.  We can offer various solutions depending on your vehicle or shelter installation.

Hinged Brackets

These brackets allow the mast to be transported in the horizontal position and then be hinged into the vertical position prior to erection.  Comrod can offer a full range of solutions depending on your vehicle or shelter installation.

Click here for fixed and hinged bracket datasheet (pdf 670 KB).

PAM and MECPAM

PAM (pull-out assist mechanism) is a bracket assembly for deploying heavier masts while supporting their weight.  The PAM main components are inner and outer square tubes, friction clutch and clamp for holding the mast. The outer tube is used to mount the assembly to the shelter wall of the roof of the transport vehicle. The inner tube is connected to the mast clamp by a spring loaded friction clutch and is extended or retracted by means of roller wheels.

The MecPAM is a mechanically driven PAM system designed to deploy larger masts with heavier head loads.  It is recommended for use with TM 170 and above mast series.

The MecPAM main component is a telescopic square tube operated by a screw drive. The outer square tube is used to mount the assembly to the shelter wall or the roof of the transport vehicle.  The inner square tube interfaces with the mast.  A worm gear is used to rotate the mast from horizontal transport position to vertical and a rack gear hoist and lowers the mast to compensate for uneven ground conditions.

Tilting of the mast is performed with a rigging screw that can compensate for a vehicle roll of 10%. All movements of the mast are locked by mechanical gear or screw drives which makes it possible to safely handle high loads.

Click here for PAM and MecPAM datasheet (pdf 548 KB)

Fixed Brackets

PAM Bracket Assembly