Flagpoles with fluttering flags make effective, elegant and robust advertising. Moving advertisement always attracts more attention than stationary, and if you select the location and height of poles properly, you can ensure a high level of visibility. Therefore, flagpoles are popular in many petrol stations – it’s a great way for advertising for drivers, and a quickly noticeable landmark. Flagpoles installed at commercial buildings perform the image-building role.
Flagpoles can be made of fiberglass, aluminium, steel or even wood. However, this is a theory, while in practice, if you look around the market, you will find only fiberglass and anodized aluminium flagpoles. Fiberglass poles dominate the market, and it is not surprising, given their properties:
– resistance to mechanical impact (solid glass design can easily withstand 25 m/s wind speed)
– lightweight (depending on the pole length, it only weighs 16 to 42 kg). Easy maintenance, transportation and installation
– flexibility – support part of a wind gust force, so the flag is affected by a smaller force. The original appearance of the flag is preserved longer
– no painting, because the entire weight of fibreglass is already coloured
– the pole surface is smooth, therefore the fluttering flag does not quickly wear out due to friction to the pole
1. The pole final also can be:
The most popular final colours are silver and gold, but different colours are available upon request
2. Flagpole core (hollow tube of glass fiber). 6-12 m stiebų kamienai gaminami vientisi – be sujungimų. 6-12 mast cores are made in a single piece – without joints.
The standard pole colour is white. Coloured poles are available upon request.
3. Flag tension weight. It is used only in conjunction with the inner flag raising mechanism
4. Flag raising mechanism elements:
—–4A raising mechanism handle
—–4B raising rope attachment handle
5. Flagpole attachment to the base. 6-12 m tall poles are attached with three screws
6. Concreted anchor rods. The concrete base should be deeper than the frost depth.