A colored finish achieved by immersing the material into an acid solution and passing a direct current through the material in such a manner as to form a durable oxide film on the surface of the flagpole shaft. Anodized finish can be attained in clear, black or various shades of bronze. See Powder Paint Finish as alternative.
Beaded Retainer Sling
Beaded Retainer Slings are used to secure the bottom of the flag to the flagpole in Internal Halyard Systems or on large, multi-grommet flags used with both Internal and External Halyard flagpoles.
Butt (Base) Diameter
Diameter at base of pole.
Cam Cleats provide a self-locking, cam action mechanism to securely hold the rope inside Internal Halyard flagpoles.
An aluminum casting used on External Halyard flagpoles as an anchoring location for the Rope Halyard. Cleats can be attached to the flagpole, wall, or other desired location. The halyard is wrapped around the cleat to prevent the flag from moving up or down the pole.
Cleat Covers are heavy, cast aluminum boxes that provide tamper resistant security for External Halyard flagpoles. Options include both Cylinder Lock and Padlock designs.
Collar (Flash Collar)
An aluminum collar that is installed around the bottom of the flagpole. It provides the finishing touch to the installation while protecting the ground sleeve from the elements. Space between the collar and flagpole is sealed to keep water away from the base of the pole and anchorage system.
Counterweights, plastic coated weights incorporated into Internal Halyard systems, are required to assist in the lowering of flags and to ensure the flag hangs and flies properly.
Double Revolving Truck
An assembly that mounts to the top of the flagpole and has a pulley on either side. The assembly includes bearings that allow it to turn with the wind. Only available on external halyard flagpoles.
A flagpole system utilizing flagpole trucks with exposed pulleys and rope halyard.
Ball, eagle or other assembly used to finish off the top of your flagpole. Any pole topper.
The surface appearance or texture of the flagpole. Options include satin, anodized and thermoset powder paints finishes.
Ground Sleeves are designed for use in Ground Set flagpole installations. Options include PVC pipe or galvanized 16 gauge corrugated tube, centering wedges to assist in plumb installations, and steel base plate and 6” lightning spike.
Ground Set Foundation
A support structure which includes an area of concrete with the ground sleeve properly set into it.
Halyard Covers are constructed of half radius aluminum pipe and are designed to be used with Cleat Covers to provide additional security on External Halyard flagpoles
A flagpole system enclosing either rope or wire halyard inside the flagpole behind the security of a lockable access door.
Ball, eagle or other assembly used to finish off the top of your flagpole.
Single Revolving Truck
Is an assembly that mounts to the top of the flagpole and has a pulley on one side. The assembly includes bearings that allow it to turn with the wind. Single revolving is the Industry Standard.
A metal attachment hook used to attach flags to rope or wire halyards.
Snap Hook Assembly
This Assembly consists of 12” of 1/8” stainless steel wire cable, Stop Sleeves (attached to each end), a Wire Clamp and Chrome Plated Bronze Snap Hook. They are used to attach large, multi-grommeted flags or when flying multiple flags on Internal Wire Halyard flagpoles.
Snap Hook Cover
Neoprene covers surround the snap to lessen the noise made when the snap hook strikes the side of the pole when the wind blows.
A natural, brushed aluminum finish achieved by a multi-pass, mechanical rotary sanding operation utilizing specially formulated abrasives.
A pulley assembly that mounts to the top of the flagpole with set screws. This system is more economical and requires less maintenance than revolving styles.
The flagpole Truck sits at the top of each flagpole, providing a pulley system for raising and lowering the flag.
Thickness of the aluminum tubing used. This varies based on wind requirements and pole size.
Mechanism using gears and manual crank handles to provide a secure means of manually raising and lowering the flag in Internal Wire Cable Halyard flagpoles.