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Solution for Your Projects.. Composite Pole (FRP Pole)

Many companies prefer metal poles in their projects because of their past habits and reasonable costs.

However, metal poles, which have many disadvantages compared to composite poles (FRP poles), also consistently cost because they require maintenance and repair periodically.

Composite Pole (FRP Pole) is Anti-Corrosive

Composite poles (FRP Poles) have high resistance, with high corrosion resistance, no corrosion, decay, rusting or inspecting in the areas below and above the soil.

Composite Pole (FRP Pole) is Light

They are lightweight, low in transportation and assembly costs, and allow you to work with less labor during future relocation or wiring / electrical installations.

Composite Pole (FRP Pole) Do NOT Conduct Electricity – Dielectric

Composite poles (FRP poles) do not conduct electricity, they are insulating. In this way, when used as a lighting and security pole can be used in accordance with work safety.

Composite Pole (FRP Pole) Do NOT Cut Radar Beams

Composite pole (FRP pole) don’t interfere with radar beams, so they can be used in airports, helicopter runways, radar stations and military areas.

Comparison Composite Pole (FRP Pole) and Metal Pole


Metal is the most traditionally used material for poles and has been around for 100 years.

The debate between metal and composite poles has been going around ever since the latter made its appearance in the 1960s. However, the 20th century saw the introduction of composite poles that are rapidly gaining worldwide acceptance for being one of the most ideal option for the utility sector, amongst others.

Composite Poles vs. Metal Poles – The Best Choice ?

  • Durability

    One of the biggest challenges faced by the utilities provider is the upkeep of equipment. Metal is prone to corrosion and rust over time. It also requires frequent maintenance and replacement. However, composite poles remain intact despite the environmental conditions.Woodpeckers, insects, and critters induced damage also play an important role in the lifespan of utility materials installed in the outdoors. However, composite material is quite slick for the animals, keeping them protected from any damage.


  • Ease of Installation

    Composite poles (FRP poles) are hollow from the inside – a feature that is not missed by the innovative engineers of today. The hollowness makes it easy for them to construct wiring inside the poles while the lightweight design makes the overall installation convenient and hassle-free.


  • Environment Friendliness

    Environmentally speaking, the composite material is friendlier to the Mother Nature. They don’t require any chemical coating while they possess no risk to the sensitive habitats.


  • Customizable

    Composite poles (FRP poles) can be made in a variety of colors and camouflaged with their environment. In fact, several utilities interspersed concrete materials with wood and steel poles to minimize cascading failures, a feature often seen in areas with fluctuating weather conditions.


  • Variance of Use

    Above all, the Composite poles (FRP poles) can be used in an array of industries. Since they don’t interfere with radar beams, they are immensely popular at airports, military areas, and radar stations.

  • Cost

    The overall cost of composite material is higher than the traditional material. However, the low cost of installation, minimal maintenance, and the ease of transporting the composite material outweighs the initial cost – when compared to its metal counterparts.The composite material is an attractive option for utilities faced with frequent repair or replacement of poles. Check out our range of composite products here and take the advantage of the high-tech material.