Educational Steel Products
P.O. Box 2161
Noblesville, IN 46060-2161
At BTU, safety isn't a by-product.
It IS our product.
It's Here! The Crow's Nest:
8/03/07 The New economy model is now available!
Be the first to get one of these 3' X 4' platforms mounted on a single beefy square steel tube. Caged ladder access and grated railings give extra security.
Tower Ages Gracefully:
5/23/07 Side-by-side photos show that Goshen High School's FWS24 has aged beautifully over the past two years. Hand-applied urethane coating and dip galvanizing, along with stainless steel fasteners set Band Towers Unlimited's products apart.
ECONOMY MODEL GIVES TWO-LEVEL VIEWING!!
9/22/06 - FWL1018 now has photos on the website! This model has ladder access to its two 3' X 5' levels: one at 10' and the other at 18'. If economy is important and you still want a safe high vantage point, you might want to consider this model.
New Production Foreman
9/18/06 - Bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience, our new foreman has increased the speed and efficiency of our production staff.
04/13/06 - ONE FWL16 with safety equipment, which includes grated ladder "sandwich" with integral hatch cover. Tower has three coats of Moroccan Sand (cream) DTM urethane. Call TODAY! Even though this one is gone, we will create one just for you in your choice of color. Call for details.
04/12/06 - TWO fixed towers with stairs in 16 foot heights are now in stock waiting for your school's color. We will apply a DTM urethane coating in your choice of colors, assemble, deliver and install a tower just for you...in time for band camp...if you order NOW! These two are sold, but we can build one just for you. Please call today!
4/23/05 - We are pleased and excited to announce that, in order to meet the demand for our quality product, we have moved into a larger facility.
Band Tower Survives Hurricane Force Winds!
11-01-04 - You asked for it, we built it: an affordable tower with stairs that is towable at highway speeds. Portable with Stairs is now available in 8, 16 and 20-foot models!
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by Bill Locklear
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Site last modified: June 28, 2008