Lighting pole TZ
galvanized steelcast aluminum

lighting pole
lighting pole
lighting pole
lighting pole
lighting pole
lighting pole
lighting pole
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Characteristics

Type
lighting
Material
galvanized steel, cast aluminum

Description

Particularly versatile, TZ pole answers all the requirements of scenography lighting. Its modular contemporary silhouette, with trapezoidal profile, will enhance the public space. TZ pole can support any kind of light fixtures and can be designed with openings to recess accessories in the pole. Height from 9 to 12 m (from 29′ 6 21/64″ to 39′ 4 7/16″) Mast Exclusive aluminum profile with internal structure. Designed to have floodlights mouted either to the pole or integrated inside. Pole can be straight or tilted, with or without arm. Mast profile: Trapeze PM, Trapeze GM Profile dimension: 210x180x140 mm (8 1/4″ x 7 1/16″ x 5 1/2″) or 200x258x302 mm (11 7/8″ x 10 3/16″ x 7 7/8″) Access door made from a specific aluminum profile. Flush, interchangeable. Opening 500×245 mm (Trapeze GM) or 500×128 mm (Trapeze PM), at 600 mm from the base (other height on demand). Locked with tamper-proof screw. Baseplate made of die-cast aluminum. Insulating rings on the 4 anchoring oblongs to avoid any contact with galvanized steel bolts. Construction entirely weld-free to eliminate weakness point: the connection pole/base plate is realized thanks to a two-part epoxy adhesive. Arm(s) Possible to add a pedestrian lighting (Technifonction) Finishing Polyester powder coating: more than 200 colors available, plus special finish. Natural anodization available. Lighting element(s) Compatible with any kind of projectors. Fixation on the mast, or included in niches specially designed for them.

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