|Maximum Rated Load on Climbing Unit—650 lb (1,300 lb per pair)|
|Safety Devices—Lock Pawl, Manual Crank, Integrated Overspeed Break|
|Maximum Climbing Speed at 1/2 Rated Load—25 ft/min|
|Maximum Climbing Speed at Rated Load—15 ft/min|
|Maximum Lowering Speed—30 ft/min|
|Maximum Platform Height—72 ft|
|Maximum Work Height—78 ft|
|Platform Sizes—Up to 40 ft x 28 in.|
|Basket Size—26 in. x 36 in. x 42 in.|
Power Pole with PowerPort Outrigger and V-Brace Tie can provide a 24 ft work height without anchoring the tie to the wall.
Once anchored to the structure at 32 ft, the PowerPole system can be used without midspan ties (Note: This requires alternative access to anchor the tie and secure to the mast).
Once anchored to the structure at 40 ft using the PowerPort Outrigger and V-Brace, the Power Pole system can be used without midspan ties (Note: This requires alternative access to anchor the tie and secure to the mast).
The PowerPole system can be used to a maximum work height of 75 ft. This requires midspan ties every 16 ft and one at the top (Note: midspan ties are temporarily disconnected to pass).
I waited too long to buy PowerPoles. During my twenty-plus years in the business, I’ve tried every labor saving tool, bit and blade known; some work and some don’t…these work!
It costs me over a dollar a minute when we’re not on the wall; we’ve already saved big dollars with the PowerPole, that’s why I demanded another set for the school job.