The fiberglass flagpoles are manufactured to duplicate the classic Greek Entasis taper design. All poles have an ultra-hard, gel coat finish that stands up to the harshest of weather conditions. The rugged gel coat finish is especially well suited near salt water or in other extreme weather conditions, the poles will not corrode, pit or rust. Since fiberglass is a non-conductor, no grounding is required; thus installation is easy and inexpensive. The innovative molding process produces a flagpole shaft with a tensile strength of 50,000 pounds per square inch. Inside a steel clam shell mold, seven layers of reinforced fiberglass roving, mixed with a polyester resin is aligned in a vertical plane for maximum strength and placed on a thick layer of gel coat. An inflatable bladder is layer the entire length of the mold. The mold is closed, the bladder inflated and the resulting pole is created by subtle pressure and slow curing during an exothermic chemical reaction.
Gold anodized aluminum ball ornamentStationary truck on fiberglass poleRevolving truck on fiberglass poleSolid braided polypropylene halyard nylon snaps on fiberglass pole Swivel flag snaps with vinyl covers on fiberglass poleA cast aluminum cleat with mounting is supplied on all models except the FGR15 which is supplied with a cast nylon cleatA flash collar is supplied on all models except the fiberglass pole