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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 (, 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.

Walton De-Ice in the News: MILSATMAGAZINE

An article in the March 2017 issue of MILSATMAGAZINE discusses Walton De-Ice systems advances

Maximizing Satellite Network Uptime In Winter, Snow, Ice and Alpine Conditions>

To maximize satellite network quality and uptime and optimize costs, satellite Earth stations in regions prone to snow need
de-icing systems to protect their antennas from the accumulation of snow and ice on the antenna.


Walton De-Ice Tapped by Satellite Earth Station Builder Alpha Satcom To Keep Customers' Antennas Snow and Ice-Free

Unique behind-the-dish Hot Air system ensures that rigorous RF specs continue to be met during harsh winter conditions