10m Q235B steel material 3mm thickness white painted surface
conical round tapered shape street light poles
1. Material: The poles are made hot rolled structural carbon steel
having the mechanical strength properties as follows: a)Tensile
strength: 410Mpa b)Yield strength: 240Mpa;Higher requirement steel
available on request.
2. Shape of cross section: Round.
3. Hot dip galvanized to BS 729/EN ISO1461/ ASTM A153.
4. Bitumen painting (400um thick maximum), Spray painting or powder
coating is optional,any RAL color can be done on request (100um
5. Bundle package is possible on request (for top open container
6. Application: Highway,Street lighting, power transmission,
private sector, industrial area.
7. Packing: Woven bag, Bubble paper, Blanket, Sack bag on request.
Zhejiang Shuguang Lamps CO., LTD. is fully ISO 9001 compliant and
its welding procedures are in conformity with BS EN 287,BS EN ISO
15614-1 and AWS D1.1
Maximum length(one piece): 14mLimitation:
Minimum top diameter: 60mm
The thickness of galvanization will be according to thickness of
Normally 4mm pole, average thickness of galvanization is at average
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Hot dip galvanized Or with Powder coating antirust
Hot rolled steel material
lower cost &less land occupa
What is Hot Dipped Galvanizing?
It is the process of immersing fabricated steel in a bath of molten
zinc. Once this layer of molten zinc solidifies, it provides a
layer of protection against corrosion.
Are the poles Hot Dipped Galvanized?
Yes, all of our poles and accessories are Hot Dipped Galvanized.
What colours can the poles be coated?
We have the luxury of being able to offer colours from both the
standard Dulux and Interpon powdercoating range.
What is the difference between a pile and a slab foundation?
- Pile foundations are the standard option offered by most pole
manufacturers. They are narrow, deep and the easiest way to install
a pole foundation.
- Slab foundations are used mainly when a pile foundation cannot.
This may be because of rock formations or a high water table which
impede the drilling of the pile foundation hole. For this reason
slab foundations are wider and shallower.