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Concrete Poles
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 2010 Version: 2010 CAT 20 pages
Get the product you want. (USI). Each company has a specific market classification and manufactures and markets products for that sector. We at Utility Structures offer specialized services to the electrical industry. Our extensive and diverse line of concrete poles and underground structures allows us to meet the needs of a variety of customers. Add to My Library
Sports Lighting
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 1999 Version: 1999 CAT 8 pages
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Colours and Finishes for Poles
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 2010 Version: 2010 CAT 6 pages
There are four pole finishes to choose from, each offering a different texture to suit the application: TYPE 1 – MOLD FINISH This is typically used in combination with plain gray non-decorative concrete poles. Natural limestone aggregates and concrete sand combined with cement, to provide a mold finish used on our distribution, sports lighting, and gray round street light poles. Add to My Library
The Washington Series
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 2010 Version: 2010 CAT 4 pages
Standard mold, etched, exposed finishes are available in a variety of colours. Available in heights from 15 feet to 30 feet above grade. Will accept a variety of luminaire mounting styles. Pole adapts to fit most fixtures and accessories. Refer to the fixture mount options section for typical details. Add to My Library
The Thompson Series
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 2010 Version: 2010 CAT 4 pages
Standard mold, etched, exposed or polished finishes are available in a variety of colours. Available in heights from 10 feet to 40 feet above grade. Will accept a variety of luminaire mounting styles. Pole adapts to fit most fixtures and accessories. Refer to the fixture mount options section for typical details. Add to My Library
The Westmount Series
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 2010 Version: 2010 CAT 4 pages
Standard mold, etched, exposed or polished finishes are available in a variety of colors. Available in heights from 14 feet to 23 feet above grade. Will accept a variety of luminaire mounting styles. STANDARD FEATURES Pole adapts to fit most fixtures and accessories. Refer to the fixture mount options section for typical details. Add to My Library
The Stratford Series
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 2010 Version: 2010 CAT 4 pages
Standard taper of 17mm/metre (0.206"/foot). Standard mold, etched, exposed or polished finishes are available in a variety of colors. Available in heights from 10 feet to 16 feet above grade. Will accept a variety of luminaire mounting styles. STANDARD FEATURES Pole adapts to fit most fixtures and accessories. Add to My Library
The Parkdale Series
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 2010 Version: 2010 CAT 4 pages
Standard mold, etched, exposed or polished finishes are available in a variety of colors. Available in heights from 18 feet to 27 feet above grade. Will accept a variety of luminaire mounting styles. STANDARD FEATURES Pole adapts to fit most fixtures and accessories. Refer to the fixture mount options section for typical details. Add to My Library
The Oxford Series
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 2010 Version: 2010 CAT 4 pages
Standard mold, etched, exposed or polished finishes are available in a variety of colors. Available in heights from 10 feet to 25 feet above grade. Will accept a variety of luminaire mounting styles. STANDARD FEATURES Pole adapts to fit most fixtures and accessories. Refer to the fixture mount options section for typical details. Add to My Library
The Rockcliffe Series
Mfg: Utility Structures Published: 2010 Version: 2010 CAT 4 pages
Standard mold, etched or exposed finishes are available in a variety of colours. Available in heights from 14 feet to 23 feet above grade. Will accept a variety of luminaire mounting styles. STANDARD FEATURES Pole adapts to fit most fixtures and accessories. Refer to the fixture mount options section for typical details. Add to My Library
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