|Products||8M 9 Meter Pole Street High Mast Light Pole For Kenya|
|Type||Steel tubular tower, Communication tower, Lighting rod tower, Radio and television tower, Electrified railway structure, Substation architecture Telecommunication tower|
|Material||Normally Q345B/A572, Minimum Yield Strength ≥ 345 N/mm²
Q235B/A36, Minimum Yield Strength ≥ 235 N/mm²
As well as Hot rolled coil from ASTM A572 GR65, GR50, SS400, or any other standard by client required.
|Welding||Welding complies with AWS D1.1 standard.
CO2 welding or submerged arc auto methods
No fissure, scar, overlap, layer or other defects
Internal and external welding makes the pole more beautiful in shape
If customers need any other requirements of welding, we also can make adjustment as your request
|Galvanization||Hot dip galvanization in accordance with Chinese standard GB/T 13912-2002 and American standard ASTM A123; or any other standard by client required.|
|Joint||Joint with insert mode, flange mode.|
|Painting||According to clients’ request|
|More than 25 years, it is according to installing environment|
|ISO9001-2008 , Test report of 220kV Steel Tubular Tower & Transmission Line Tower 500kV, Certificate of Conformity of Factory Production Control from LIoyd’s Register, etc|
TECHNICAL SPECIATION’S OF OUR STEEL POLES
MEANING OF STREET LIGHTS
A street light, light pole, lamppost, street lamp, light standard or lamp standard is a raised source of light on the edge of a road or path. Similar lights may be found on a railway platform. When urban electric power distribution became ubiquitous in developed countries in the 20th century, lights for urban streets followed or sometimes led.
Many lamps have light-sensitive photocells that activate the lamp automatically when needed, at times when there is little to no ambient light, such as at dusk, dawn, or at the onset of dark weather conditions. This function in older lighting systems could be performed with the aid of a solar dial. Many street light systems are being connected underground instead of wiring from one utility post to another. Street lights are an important source of public security lighting intended to reduce crime
OUR PROCESS OF MAKING STEEL POLES
Galvanized sheet metal is a steel or iron product that has a protective zinc coating to prevent rusting, this method provides corrosion protection, durability under harsh conditions, a long lifespan, versatility, availability, and sustainability.
Electro galvanizing. This process is when a layer of zinc is bonded to stainless steel using electroplating, which is when a fabricator runs a current of electricity through a saline-and-zinc solution with a zinc anode (an electrode through which conventional current flows into a polarized electrical device).
In electro galvanizing, the polarized electrical device is a steel conductor.
Compared to hot-dip galvanizing, this sheet metal technique offers lower thickness deposits for comparable to increased performance, a broader conversion coating availability for colour options, and brighter deposits.
Hot-dip galvanizing. This is the most popular sheet metal technique for galvanization. The process submerges metal parts in a bath of molten zinc to protect the metal and occurs in three different ways:
The zinc coating, when intact, prevents corrosive substances from reaching the underlying steel or iron.
It acts as a sacrificial anode, which is the main component of a galvanic cathodic protection (CP) system used to protect buried or submerged metal from corrosion. This means that if the coating is scratched, the exposed steel or iron will be protected by the remaining zinc.
The zinc protects its base metal by corroding before iron.
Hot-dip galvanizing limits a steel or iron product’s exposure to the natural elements, protecting it from corrosion and oxidation. This sheet metal technique is also economical, can be performed within minutes, and covers hard-to-reach areas of complex product shapes.
Metallic/thermal spraying. Metallic spraying is the process of covering a sheet metal product with a metallic coating using a spray of molten particles.
“a convergence of business leadership, modern digital technology and industry publication experience”, fabricators first subject the iron or steel “to a high degree of heat to achieve a molten state. The molten metal is then atomized into small particles and sprayed outward onto a surface.
The molten particles [don’t] heat the surface because the heat of a particle is proportional to its size. On contact, the particle flattens out and adheres to the surface as it hardens.”
Flame and arc spraying are sub-methods of this technique, adding anti-corrosion layers and thermal barriers. Other benefits of metallic/thermal spraying include increased durability, wear resistance, modified electrical properties, and additional protection to damaged materials.
Sherardizing. Also known as vapor or dry galvanization, sherardizing is named after British metallurgist Sherard Osborn Cowper-Coles.
It involves heating steel products up to 932 degrees Fahrenheit in a closed rotating drum that contains metallic zinc dust and potentially an inert filler, such as sand.
At temperatures above 572 degrees Fahrenheit, the zinc dust evaporates and diffuses into the steel substrate forming a diffusion bond.
This method is ideal for small sheet metal parts and parts that require a coating of inner surfaces, as the product must be smaller than the rotating drum.
A huge benefit to this sheet metal technique is that no hydrogen is involved. Therefore, hydrogen embrittlement (when steel becomes brittle due to the introduction and subsequent diffusion of hydrogen into the metal) is excluded.