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11 Sites installed across seven states in two months

Dec 20, 2013 | Posted in -- The Pepro Blog

Pepro installed eleven radio sites in national parks and forests in seven states including California, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

The work was accomplished in three legs in July and August, with each installation taking less than a day to complete, often less than four hours. Pepro began offering its installation service in 2011 in response to customer demand for completely hands-off site ordering that eliminated any risks, delays or liability resulting from handling installation with their own staff.

Our sites are built for easy installation and maintenance, but there are many situations that call for our expert team to provide a complete installation from getting the shelter on site to power up. In these remote locations, even forgetting a necessary bolt can cost a day in travel time, and having qualified staff on hand when the site is ready for installation can be difficult. Our installation team is on call and fully prepared to make every installation hassle-free.

Thanks to the design of the Pepro shelter, there is no environmental impact to the radio site locations. There is no need for a poured concrete foundation that will far outlast a traditional shelter. In addition, the equipment protection in Pepro’s Faraday Cage design offers the best protection available from lightning strikes, EMI and RFI – an important consideration given the location and exposure of these sites.