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A transmission tower (moreover known as a control transmission tower, control tower, or power arch) may be a tall structure (as a rule a steel cross section tower) utilized to bolster an overhead control line. In electrical frameworks, they are utilized to carry tall voltage transmission lines that transport bulk electric control from creating stations to electrical substations; utility shafts are utilized to back lower-voltage sub-transmission and dispersion lines that transport power from substations to electric customers.

Transmission towers got to carry the heavy transmission conductors at an adequate secure stature from the ground. In expansion to that, all towers need to support all sorts of normal calamities. So transmission tower plan is a vital building work where gracious, mechanical, and electrical building concepts are similarly appropriate.