Internal Halyard System
Rope is located on the inside of the flagpole.Used for raising and lowering the flag.
External Halyard System
Rope is located on the outside of the flagpole.Used for raising and lowering the flag.
Winch + Removable Crank
Recommended for flagpoles less than 80 feet tall.
Winch + Crank
Recommended for flagpoles taller than 100 feet.
Single Stationary Truck
A stationary pulley assembly system is moreeconomical and requires less maintenance than the revolving style.
Double Revolving Truck
A rotating pulley assembly that has a pulley onboth sides allowing it to turn with the wind.
Single Revolving Truck
A rotating pulley assembly that has a pulley onone sides allowing it to turn with the wind.
Once a decision has been made on the type of flagpole, determine the method of installing the foundation. Setting the pole into the ground (Ground Set) is the standard foundation method, or fasten the pole to a concrete pad (Shoe Base). Other types of flagpoles require a wall mount.
Shoe Base mount flagpoles are used primarily where embedded type mounts cannot be used.
For example, an underground garage; or where electrical wiring for illumination or hazard lights is to be introduced into the shaft.
The Ground Set foundation is the standard method of supporting your flagpole and is the most economical foundation choice. Flagpole shafts have a higher wind speed rating than the Shoe Base option.
* Foundation size will vary with soil conditions.