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Walton De-Ice in the News: SATELLITE 2018

Walton De-Ice's First Portable Radome Takes on Seriously Extreme Weather Conditions with Aplomb at Satellite 2018

Many new products will be debuting at the Satellite2018 show, and this company has an interesting item that makes one think, "why didn't someone think of this sooner?" Here's Walton De-Ice's latest product that resembles a pop-up camping tent, but this certainly is not like any other tent because this is ...
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Walton De-Ice Unveils World's First Portable Radome at SATELLITE 2018

Transportable Radome enables affordable VSAT and LEO/MEO terminal operation in extreme conditions

WASHINGTON, March 06, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SATELLITE 2018 -- Walton De-Ice (http://www.de-ice.com), the world's leading designer and manufacturer of satellite earth station antenna (ESA) weather protection solutions, will debut its first-of-a-kind Walton Portable Radome product for satellite earth station antennas at SATELLITE 2018, Booth 425. The Walton Portable Radome protects antennas from weather effects such as rain, sleet, snow, ice, winds, sandstorms, hail, and can be rapidly deployed in just hours, unlike conventional radomes in its size class, and at cost-savings.

Walton De-Ice systems News at Communicasia, Singapore 2017

Walton De-Ice systems installed at Top Global Broadcaster’s Satellite Earth Station to Protect Network Distribution Signals from Snow and Ice

Walton natural gas heated de-icing systems ensure uplink antennas feeding affiliates stay snow and ice- free and save thousands of dollars per year in electric power consumption

SINGAPORE, May 23, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Satcomm2017 at Communicasia -- Walton De-Ice (http://www.de-ice.com), the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of satellite earth station antenna (ESA) weather protection solutions, announced that it has installed Walton natural gas powered Hot-Air Plenum De-Icing systems for a top global media customer on two 9-meter satellite earth station antenna systems at the customer’s earth station facilities in the Southeastern United States. The facilities support primary satellite network distribution and downlink resources to the news and entertainment divisions of the global broadcaster.

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