Plates

Plates include Pole Bearing, Pole Butt Grounding, Crossarm Spacer Deadend, Lift, For Thimble eye Bolts, Strain, and so on. They are common hardware used for power system, and the following is features and materials.

Plate  Plate

Plates types:
Pole Bearing:
Features:
Greater pole stability for H-frame transmission structures is made possible by using these pole bearing plates. They are attached to the bottom of the poles to increase the resistance of uplift and settling of the pole. Each plate provides 90 square inches of additional bearing surface to the soil. The plate's pole mounting surface incorporates integral spikes to resist movement. Mounting is accomplished with a 7/8 inch diameter bolt.
Material: Hot Dip Galvanized

Pole Butt Grounding:
Features:
Pole Butt Grounding Plates are installed on the bottom of utility poles to provide a secure positive ground by connecting the butt plate to the pole ground wire.
copper Butt Plates are furnished with an integral copper terminal lug and screw which will accommodate copper ground wire from #14 solid to #4 stranded.
Material: Copper

Crossarm Spacer Deadend:
Features:
Crossarm spacer deadend plates are used between twin deadend crossarms to distribute the load to both crossarms and provide attachment points for single or double deadending conductors.

Material: Ductile Iron, Hot Dip Galvanized

Lift, For Thimble eye Bolts:
Features:
Lift Plates are recommended for use behind the eyes of angle thimble eye bolts with lag screws to increase load capacity either where loads are excessive or guys are steep.
The plate distributes the load over a greater surface area, protecting the wood pole against shear damage.
All plates measure 2-1/2-inch x 7-inch, curved on a 3-inch radius.
Plates for 3/4-inch eyebolts have 7/8 x 1-inch oval holes.
Screw holes are 9/16-inch diameter for 1/2-inch lags.
Material: Hot Dip Galvanized

Strain:
Features:
Strain Plates are used with J1019 guy hooks to provide a bearing surface for the strand, preventing damage to the wood fibers of the pole.
Two to four plates are required per pole depending on its diameter.
The plate is 4-inch x 8-inch x 14 gauge, curved on a 5-inch radius, with four 3/16-inch diameter nail holes.
Material: Hot Dip Galvanized


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