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Lowering Headframe Masts

Streetscape International is engaged in the design and supply of High masts with a very wide usage field for lighting purposes in squares, intersections and roundabouts, sea-ports, airports, sports areas, bus terminals, historical and touristic places, etc.

Lowering headframe masts allow the headframe to be lowered with a winch and are ideal for accessing headframes at ground-level when space around the mast is tight.

These lowering headframe masts provide easy maintenance access at mast base and offer additional features such as optional headframe latching. Benefits include reducing risks of multiple internal cable-snagging problems by using a single multi-core electrical cable system for up to 12 floodlights.

High masts can be manufactured as single-direction, two-direction and circular multi-directional types according to floodlight orientation, depending on the customer’s requirements.







Description

Details

High masts are manufactured at various sizes, and the pole may have one galvanized polygonal section steel body or more than one steel bodies joined by the slip-joint method.

High masts are available in various types, which include platform (PL), step bolts and Rungs (PM), ladder with safety cage (KM), internal ladder (IM), man power lift system (AS) types.

Galvanised steel poles produced by Streetscape are computer designed based on up-to-date technologies and meet the customer requirements of quality, safety and durability.

Specifications

Specifications

High Mast Structure

Standard Height of High Mast 12, 12.5, 16, 20, 25 30 Meter
High Mast Type Polygonal Continuously Tapered
No of Section As per Design
Carriage Lifting System Three Rope / Two Rope
Length of each Section Max 12 Meter
Cross section of High Mast 12-20 sided polygonal
Lightning Arrestor Mounting at the top

Construction

Material HT Steel

Finish

Metal protection treatment Hot Dip Galvanized
Average thickness of galvanization Avg 65-85 Micron