- Straight square aluminum pole, 4″
- Plate mount
|The pole shaft is extruded from seamless 6061-T6 aluminum. Conforms to ASTM F1554 Grade 55.
|Textured architectural bronze powdercoat finish, baked to ensure maximum paint adhesion, hardness and durability.
|Anchor bolts are not included. Sized based on pole data charts for the selected pole size.
|Poles are provided with a two-piece formed aluminum base cover that is easily assembled and fitted over pole base.
|Poles are available in standard lengths as shown in the order matrix. Poles can be custom cut to order.
|Standard length poles include 2 3/8″ OD tenon side drilled 4@90 degrees, polycarbonate top cover and hole plugs for unused drilling locations.
Cut to order poles can be side drilled for 2@180 degrees of 4@90 degrees. Includes polycarbonate top cover and hole plugs for unused drilling locations.
Cut to order poles may also be ordered with 2 3/8″ OD tenons for use with post top decorative luminaires, flood/area slip fitter fixtures or any of a wide variety of pole top mounting accessories.
Our standard equipment is to make a top adapter with 2.5 inches. There is no opening on the top of the light pole. If ARM installation is needed, the top adapter shall be removed and holes shall be opened on the wall of the light pole. Finally, seal the top with a plastic rain cover.
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What are light poles called?
A street light, light pole, lamp pole, lamppost, street lamp, light standard, or lamp standard is a raised source of light on the edge of a road or path.
How tall should a light pole be?
Typical heights for street light poles range from 15 to 40 feet (4.5 to 12 meters). Residential areas often have shorter poles, usually ranging from 15 to 25 feet (4.5 to 7.5 meters). Urban and commercial areas may require taller poles, ranging from 25 to 40 feet (7.5 to 12 meters).
How deep do light poles go?
Poles are typically set into the ground: 10% of the overall height + 2 feet, except in questionable soil conditions. Example: Overall pole height: 30 feet, the pole should be buried: 3 feet + 2 feet = 5 feet below grade, and 25 feet above grade.
How long do street light poles last?
The average lifespan of a street lighting pole is around 50 years or more if proper maintenance is performed regularly. The lighting poles are created to be durable and can operate in any condition.
How far should light poles be from the curb?
The minimum clearance from a street light pole to the face of curb should be 2 feet.
How deep should a footing be for a light pole?
The standard for mounting a pole is 2′ plus 1′ for every increment of 10′ of pole. That would mean your minimum depth would be 5′ deep.