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Increased Safety

Manufactured with a non-conductive and hydrophobic material, RS poles reduce the risk of second point of contact injuries, eliminate electrical tracking and help prevent arcing due to lightning or switching.

RS Composite Utility Poles pass the 100 μA test for a hotstick which makes live-line installations safer. The lightweight modules decrease the probability of worker injury and equipment fatigue. The tubular RS pole allows ground wires to be run internally.


M1

M2

M3

M4

M5

M5/6

M6/7

M7

M8/9

M10/11

M1L

  • RS Pole Code Imperial
  • RS Pole Code Metric
  • Pole AGH ft. [m]
  • Weight lb [kg]
  • Tip OD in. [cm]
  • Base OD in. [cm]
  • Base Plate OD in. [cm]
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Note: The RS pole selector is based on CSA Grade 2 construction with a maximum AGH deflection limit of 22% at class load for tangent and self supporting poles with line angles ≤3°. The M5/6 is not shown in the module tree as it is a base only module that stacks under the M4. The AGH shown is based on a standard embedment assumption of 10% of the pole height plus 2 ft. [0.61m] for poles 40 ft. [12.2m] and over and 10% plus 2.5 ft. [0.76m] for poles less than 40 ft. [12.2m]. The RS pole selector is for demonstration purposes only. Contact RS to confirm the correct pole for your application.