FS-310 3 x 10" Steel Foundation Sleeve $140.00 $112.00
FS-38 3 x 8" Steel Foundation Sleeve $129.00 $103.20
FS412 4 x 12" Steel Foundation Sleeve $204.00 $163.20
FS-31210 3-1/2 x 10" Steel Foundation Sleeve $150.00 $120.00
FS-3128 3-1/2 x 8" Steel Foundation Sleeve $129.00 $103.20
FS-515 5 x 15" Steel Foundation Sleeve $423.00 $338.40
FS-36 3 x 6" Steel Foundation Sleeve $92.00 $73.60
FS-21230 2-1/2" x 30" Form Fit PVC Sleeve $15.80 $12.64
8" x 3 Fiberglass Sleeve $89.00 $71.20
FS-26 2 x 6" Steel Foundation Sleeve $75.00 $60.00
FS-330 30" Standard PVC Sleeve $23.50 $18.80
FS-320 3" x 20" Form Fit PVC Sleeve $19.30 $15.44
Foundation Sleeves Information
Ground sleeves are the most common type of flagpole installation.
For residential the ground sleeve is made of PVC. For commercial flagpoles, however, the ground sleeve is made of galvanized steel. Concrete is poured around the sleeve to set the foundation. After that, the flagpole is placed inside the sleeve with sand (add wooden wedges to help level larger flagpoles).
Shoe Base/Tiling Shoe Base
Shoe Base installations are very common for light poles, but not as common for flagpoles. A form is used to set anchor bolts into concrete. The flagpole is then set on top of the anchor bolts, leveled and secured with nuts and washers. Tilting Shoe Bases have a hinge so the flagpole can be lowered after it has been secured to the anchor bolts. Tilting Shoe Bases are recommended for one-piece flagpoles only.
Counterbalance Tilt System
A counterbalanced flagpole has two beams which suspend the flagpole with a cotter pin. The flagpole has additional weight welded into the bottom so the flagpole can pivot around the cotter pin. Counterbalanced flagpoles are installed much like shoe base flagpoles with anchor bolts and a form.
Wall brackets allow a flagpole to be anchored to a wall or surface. Vertical brackets allow the pole to stand parallel to a building and often extend past a roofline. Outrigger brackets allow the flagpole to extend outward at an angle (generally 45° or 60°) from vertical. Most wall brackets are secured to a surface, with threaded rods set in an epoxy gel, thru-wall bolts, or mounting bolts with expansion shields.
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