These deluxe internal halyard flagpoles contain a winch mounted inside the flagpole shaft, operable only with a removable crank handle. As the stainless steel cable unwinds from the winch, it passes up through the inside of the flagpole shaft, over the truck sheave to the outside of the shaft where the retaining ring provides a sliding anchor. A counterweight, heavily coated with neoprene, attached to the retaining allows the halyard to be lowered for fastening or removing the flag.
Most of these poles require expert installation and a crane. Please consult an engineer for proper installation. Also, read the wind speed chart before choosing your flagpole.
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Our cone-tapered ground set aluminum flagpoles are precision fabricated, utilizing the industry's most sophisticated, state-of-the-art manufacturing process. The conical portion tapers approximately 1 inch every 5 1/2 ft. Flagpoles with overall lengths of less than 38 ft. 6 in. are shipped in one piece. Longer lengths are shipped in sections and will be factory fitted with a self-aligning sleeve, which requires no field welding. Upon proper assembly a hairline joint will occur. We also offer high-pressure molded fiberglass flagpoles. These fiberglass flagpoles are made using an innovative high strength method. Inside a steel clamshell mold, seven layers of reinforced fiberglass roving are mixed with a polyester resin and aligned in a vertical plane for maximum strength and then placed on a thick layer of gel coat. An inflatable bladder is laid the length of the mold. The mold is closed, the bladder inflated and the resulting pole is created by subtle inside pressure and slow curing during an exothermic chemical reaction. The result is a lightweight, strong, more slender and graceful flagpole. So strong in fact, that tensile strength is 50,000 pounds per square inch. Each pole is rated to withstand wind speeds of 120 mph