These TeleScoping Poles are suitable for any application to manipulate equipment at distance, including: utilities, landscaping, police, fire and rescue personnel to place climbing lines, cable ladders or other special use items or equipment in places up to 15 meters above ground (or sea) level.
Made with high strength fiberglass, H series poles are exceptionally light weight, the longest 15 meter pole weighing less than 9 lbs. Each segment extends about five feet, with every other segment able to double lock with the previous, allowing poles to be used fully locked at less than maximum length.
Heavier HVY series poles use the same components and materials but in larger diameter tubing. These are more rigid and can support slightly heavier tip loads with more counterweight at base.
The poles may be used with a variety of implements and hooks fastened to the universal mount on the top segment. This is a machined toothed-ring with 3-lobe knob (see below).
A variety of special pole tools are available including: tree pruner, teflon coated pruning saw, crescent skinning knife, 5x7 mirror, ball peen hammer head, vise grip head, paint brush, screw driver, light alloy hack saw, and various rachet wrenches.
Custom fitting tools or miniature electronic devices may be designed for possible use to fasten to the universal mount, or in substitution of the final tube segment by special request.
Made of dielectric fiberglass, new poles are rated resistant electrical flow to 100kV rms. All pole segments are easily disassembled for maintenance, cleaning or repair.
See Tripod System for special use with 40-ft TeleScoping Poles.
Maximum length of pole manageable by an individual with good physical strength is limited to 10 meters (30 feet)*. This is due to the nature of relative weight of the far end of the pole at distance. Beyond 10 meters is beyond the reasonable limits of an individual's personal strength and ability to control the hook-end of the pole.
When a pole extended more than 10 meters is to be used, it is required to have the assistance of additional persons and use of counterweight on pole base is recommended.
See Warnings & Utilization Notes and Pole Utilization Errata
End user assumes full responsibility for any hazards, injury or deaths which may result from any proper or improper utilization of these poles.
Pole Utilization Errata
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