POLERSP RSP Round Straight Poles

PRICING: Due to the ever-changing economic environment, please consult the factory for pole quotes. ADDITIONAL NOTE: Fixtures and arms must be mounted to the pole before it is erected. Failure to do so may cause the pole to experience the rare, but damaging phenomenon of harmonic vibrations and fatigue. Failure to do so will void the factory warranty.

For Reference Only: The ASCE 7 Hazard Tool is the official source of information for pole selection when identifying wind speed zone limits within North America.

EPA Comparison
Wind Zone Map
RSP 10 3 11 Spec
RSP 10 4 11 Spec
RSP 15 3 11 Spec
RSP 15 4 11 Spec
RSP 20 3 11 Spec
RSP 20 4 11 Spec
RSP 20 4 7 Spec
RSP 20 5 11 Spec
RSP 20 5 7 Spec
RSP 24 4 11 Spec
RSP 24 4 7 Spec
RSP 24 5 11 Spec
RSP 24 5 7 Spec
RSP 25 4 11 Spec
RSP 30 5 11 Spec
RSP 30 5 7 Spec
RSP 35 5 7 Spec
Installation Instructions

The pole shaft is fabricated from hot rolled carbon steel having a minimum yield of 55,000 PSI and conforms to ASTM A500 grade C requirements. The shaft construction is a single piece of formed steel welded longitudinally. The hand hole is located 1’ 6" above the pole base. A ground lug is provided standard.
Anchor Base
The anchor base is fabricated from a structural quality hot rolled carbon steel plate that has a minimum yield strength of 36,000 PSI. The anchor base telescopes the pole shaft and has a circumferential weld on the top and bottom.
Base Cover
A full base cover is provided which encapsulates the base plate and anchor bolts to provide a clean transition from pier to pole.
The pole is finished with a Super Durable Powdercoat Paint. Multiple colors available. Galvanizing and T-Guard treatments available upon request. Additional warranty extensions available with these treatments.