We have the alternative to composite poles, the Direct Burial 5inch Direct Burial Camera Pole. Here are just a few benefits to using our Direct Burial Pole: Eliminates the extra cost for a civil engineer, no need for them to design, spend time and money on construction or long term maintenance. Eliminates the extra cost […]
Currently, we build three main heights of security poles in the 4″ Square Pole series. They are made out of special Aerospace Aluminum, with this material your pole will have a long lifetime of rust-free life. We back it with a warranty of 20 Years Structural Integrity Warranty (3 Years finish and material warranty-all warranties […]
Here are some of our recommendations for the foundation and anchor assembly for our Security Camera Poles, a proper foundation will ensure the longevity of your pole. The foundation should be concrete (for precise depth and width consult a foundation engineer). To help streamline the construction schedule, we have three sizes of Concrete Forms. The […]
Our second generation of security camera poles, the SteadyMax Series, we are now manufacturing is the most rigid poles in the world. Our engineers have designed these poles to reduce the amount of movement and shake commonly found with many light poles. How did we do this you ask? By providing a factory-installed Vibration Suppression […]
Strong Poles Factory Installed Vibration Suppression Systems Strong Poles is constantly looking for ways to make our SteadyMax Security Camera Poles more rigid and more steady in any wind condition. Normally when you think of a pole shaking in the wind, it is from very high winds. However, most destructive pole vibration actually happens […]
Strong Poles has designed a mount for a PTZ Camera (1-1/2” NPT Threaded pipe) or to fit our Panoramic Camera Mounting Box, that is designed to hold any camera with a screw-on attachment. The size of the threads are 1-1/2” NPT, but a reducer can be used to fit other sizes as well.
The UFC (Unified Facilities Criteria) defines mass notification as “the capability to provide real-time information to all building occupants or personnel in the immediate vicinity of a building during emergency situations. To reduce the risk of mass casualties, there must be a timely means to notify building occupants of threats and what should be done in response to those threats.”