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Composite Pole Benefits and Application Areas

Composite Poles (FRP Poles) Benefits:

Non-Corrosive: Composite (FRP) poles do not influenced any environmental effects. It is non-penshable and stainless.

Maintenance Free: No corrosion or devay ensures that the surface coat of the pole will not require maintenance.

Light Weight: Composite (FRP) poles weight is approximately 1/ 4 of metal poles. This makes easy transportation and assembling what is means more economical cost.

Non-Conductive: Perfect electrical insulation prevents accidents. It does not require to ground.

Impact and Vibration Absorber: It does not occur severe damages after crashing because of material’s impact and vibration absorption feature.

High Bending Strength: Wind pressure of 500 Pa inclusive of 0.2 m2 luminaire area it deflects %5 of the mounting height.

Versatility: With additional parts poles can used such as flag pole, lighting pole and meteorological pole.

Impact Resistant: Composite (FRP) poles show superior impact resistance due to glass fiber.

Composite Poles (FRP Poles) Application Areas:

High corrosive areas such as seashore and ports

Lighting applications and security systems in any kind of industrial and social facilities

Airports and military regions where radar rays are used and their direction must not be cut

Meteorological metering stations

Advantages And Usage Area Of Composite Poles (FRP Poles)

Historically, wood, steel, and concrete were the most used material for overhead poles. However, these materials required frequent maintenance due to corrosion and deterioration. This ultimately led the utility sector to accept a feasible alternative called the ‘fiber reinforced polymer (FRP).

 

Benefits Of Using Composite Poles (FRP Poles) Made Of Fiberglass

  • Composite Poles (FRP Poles) have Outstanding Material Durability:

    The material is lightweight but strong, with an expected lifespan of up to 80 years. This allows its handling to be easy during installation and proves to be a viable long term investment for the project owners.

 

  • Composite Poles (FRP Poles) have Amazing Damage Resistance:

    The corrosion resisting properties, anti-rotting, and water absorption capabilities make the composite poles specifically ideal for areas that frequently experience storms and other weather events. They also have the ability to withstand heavy winds and its impacts. Even when they are damaged, they fail with very large deflection.

 

  • Composite Poles (FRP Poles) have Unmatched Resistance:

    Another advantage of composite pole is the safety from woodpeckers, insects, and other animals. Unlike wood, the surface of FRP poles is too slick for the critters to climb or poke holes in.

 

  • Composite Poles (FRP Poles) have Offers Safety:

    Engineers’ also enjoy the benefits of composite poles as they are electrically non-conductive, making live line work much safer for the workers.

 

  • Composite Poles (FRP Poles) have Environment Friendly:

    The composite material requires less energy to manufacture, ship, and install – when compared to steel and concrete. It is also a safe option for the environment as it does not release any chemicals in the air while recycling can be done without any special consideration.

  

Usage Area of Composite Poles (FRP Poles)

The composite poles (FRP poles) are popularly used in various setups including power distribution, power transmission, and lightning applications. Its high strength-to-weight ratio is also making it a more convenient and cost-effective option for backyards, shipyards, military areas, seashores, ports, airports, restricted access areas, and difficult terrain sites.

 

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