Centrifugal casting is a production technology used to make composite poles with fiberglass in the shape of a truncated cone with maximum length of 10 meter.
The pole is formed by inserting the reinforcement fiberglass in a specific rotating mold that has a truncated-cone cavity. Due to centrifugal force, the fiberglass adheres to the walls of the mold and takes its shape.
The matrix resin inside the mold is impregnated with fiberglass due to the rapid rotation of the mold centrifugal casting. It also hardens by polymerizing when it comes in contact with the heated mold.
The poles produced by centrifugal casting can have consistence thickness due to the possibility of controlling the distribution of the reinforcement inside the mold. This way, tapered poles are obtained which are reinforced only in the critical areas determined by their use. This is accomplished without increasing thickness and thus weight over the entire length.
This technology makes it possible to make products with a high degree of dimensional and physical-mechanical repeatability.
Applications Area :
Street Light poles Garden Light poles Jetty Light poles
Solar Light poles Flag poles CCTV poles
Sineage pole Utility poles