Jameson JE Series 6-Foot Foam Core Fiberglass Extension Pole
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The highest quality fiberglass poles on the market!Jameson JE Series Fiberglass Extension Poles have a solid foam core. These high-visibility yellow poles are 2-1/2 times stronger than wood. Jameson coats these fiberglass poles with a protective polymer. This polymer prevents fiber blooming at the surface of the pole.
The JE Series extension pole has a male/female ferrule on one end and a female/female ferrule on the opposite end. Jameson makes these ferrules using aircraft-grade aluminum. This pole measures 6 feet in length and 1-1/4-inches in diameter.
Jameson JE Series Fiberglass Poles are perfect for aerial construction and line clearance. The design of these tools allows you to quickly couple multiple poles. These poles meet OSHA requirements for electrical conductivity tested at 100,000 volts per foot for five minutes. For optimal performance, use a base pole when using a single pole. When using multiple poles, start with the base pole.
The foam core of the Jameson JE Series Fiberglass Poles sets them apart from the competition. This core prevents the buildup of debris and moisture inside of the pole. This buildup compromises the electrical protection of the pole. Jameson makes the highest quality fiberglass poles on the market.
These are not hot poles. Do not use these poles to move electrical lines or switches.
- 6' long
- 1 and 1/4" diameter
- Walls are .11" thick
- Weighs about 2 and 1/4 lb
- Aircraft grade aluminum ferrules
- Exterior leaf spring with pin for mounting adaptors or additional poles
- Fiberglass poles have a longer life with no splintering
- 2 1/2 times stronger than wood
- Safety yellow for easy visibility helps keep you from leaving one behind at a job site
- Snap lock coupling for quick, secure mounting
- Female ferrule on top, male ferrule bottom so you can lock two or more together
Frequently Asked Questions
QUESTION: How many poles can be snapped together? ANSWER: We recommend putting no more than 3 extension poles together. Additional poles have been used but place to much strain on the lower pole connections. It also causes the unit to be too top-heavy to operate.
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