for Privately Owned Utility Poles and Aerial Cables.
Maintenance, Replacements, Damage Issues, Pole Topping, Alignment, Re-tensioning, etc.
Replacements for Property Owned Poles & Aerial Cables.
Utility Poles, Guy Wires, Pole Topping, Damaged Replacements.
All High Reach Utility Pole Services.
Utility Poles - New Installations and Replacements.
Backyard Wooden Pole Installers for Your Home.
Storm Damage Contractors for Pole Lights Utility Poles, Sports Lights.
Privately Owned Poles for Schools, Public Facility or Commercial Property.
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Utility Pole Renewal:
Pole-Crete Stabilizer Foam with Guy-Wire Bracing. Machine excavation.
Bucket truck rig to pull pole straight. Diagonal guy-wire is needed for counter tension.
Mix and pour 2 part chemical mixture to fill entire excavated opening.
Difficult Location Jobs. Utility Pole Maintenance.
Pole to pole or building to pole, we can get the work done quick for you. Aerial electrical services, cabling installations and guy-wire supporting.
From high voltage to LV communication we are the utility pole experts. Ask us about utility company requirements and local utility pole codes.
Philadelphia Utility Poles and Aerial Cables
Utility Pole Work....
Aerial Cable Supplies for Power and Communication.
Utility poles are divided into ten classes, from 1 to 10. The classes' definition specifies a minimum circumference that
depends on the species of tree and the length of the pole. This circumference is measured 6 feet from the butt of the pole.
There is also a minimum top circumference that is the same for all species and lengths. Class 1 pole has a minimum top circumference of 27 inches.
If it is 25 feet long and cedar (most utility poles are cedar), the circumference measured 6 feet from the bottom must be at least 43.5 inches.
The higher the class number, the skinnier the pole. Pole lengths start at 16 feet and increase by 2-foot steps to 22 feet, then by fives from 25 feet to 90 feet.
A 90-foot class 1 western red cedar pole weighs about 6,600 pounds. A 16-foot pole weighs only about 700. A 35-foot pole is a typical length used in cities
to carry one or two crossarms. Poles are spaced about 100 feet to 150 feet apart, with 125 feet being typical.
Examples of jobs by Able Group Inc. on Utility Poles
We supply every kind of cable, utility pole, crimping and wide span hardware.
Theatrical, Commercial, Industrial, Institutional, Public Facility, Church,
Synagogue, Business Complex, Office Complex.... and your backyard.
The two photos above show a remote area location where a privately owned utility pole is required.
The photo of our plywood path (left) was made for our bucket truck access to minimize damages to the lawn. Photo (right) shows our same day auto
damage repairs for pole lighting.
Supply Space, Safety Zone Space, and Communications Space.
A device is described for connecting two electric aerial cables. Each aerial cable has tube,
containing optical fibers, which is cabled with electric conductors and strength member. Means are provided for the mechanical and electrically conductive
joining of the electric conductors and strength members of the two cables. A sealed splice carrier for receiving the spliced connections of the optical
fibers comprises two concentric tubes (7, 9) with a annular gap between them. The annular gap is sealed at both ends. The optical fibers are inserted
into the annular gap through apertures in the end seals (8). The spliced connections and a length of optical fibers are stored in the annular gap.
The splice carrier (5) surrounds the means (21, 3) for the mechanical and electrically conductive joining and is attached to the electrically
conductive joining means (3) or to the aerial cables (1).
Quick Connect Generator
Service Upgrade - PRICE LIST
Two Phase Electrical Service
Underground Electrical Power
Two types of utility poles: A. Creosote, Coal-tar creosote used in wood preservation is produced by the high temperature carbonization of coal and consists principally of aromatic hydrocarbons plus some tar acids and bases.
B. CCA, this preservative, is made up of the oxides or salts of copper, chromium, and arsenic. The arsenic and copper are toxic to insects and fungi
that prey on wood, while chromium is used to bond the two elements to the wood’s cellular components.
NOTES / QUESTIONS:
Notification of buried utility clearances using ONE-CALL - before you dig location services.
Access permission for a Heavy Truck & rig to be parked within 10 feet of the area of the new pole.
Removal of existing pole. Haul away and discarded as per EPA compliance.
New pole to be install at the same location. Aerial cables crossing
a street or over a swimming pool.
Furnish and install: thru-bolts, winch grips, bracket hardware in order to
support all existing aerial cables.
Re-tension all existing cables in both directions - Power Cable, Phone.
Furnish and install Guy-Wire, in-ground anchor with diagonal cable in the
direction to counter aerial tension.