How to Choose a Waterpole


Choosing the Right Waterpole

What waterpole is right for you?

To answer this question, we must answer a few more specific questions first.  These questions regard work height, pole weight, and price.

Remember: There are several compositions of waterpoles available and this affects their price, work height, and pole weight, as well as rigidity.

How high will you be working?

Choose a composition, rigidity, and length best for the height you need to work at.

  • Less than 30 feet – Aluminum and fiberglass
  • Up to about 40 feet – Fiberglass and carbonfiber/fiberglass hybrids
  • Up to about 65 feet – Carbonfiber, including HiMod and carbonfiber with Kevlar

How long will you be working?

Choose the lightest composition possible when you will be working for long periods of time.

  • Heaviest – Aluminum
  • Medium weight – Fiberglass
  • Medium weight – Carbonfiber/fiberglass hybrids
  • Lightest – Carbonfiber, including HiMod and carbonfiber with Kevlar

How much do you want to spend?

Choose the waterpole of a length and composition that will also fit your budget.

  • Cheapest – Aluminum
  • Medium cost – Fiberglass
  • Medium cost – Carbonfiber/fiberglass hybrid
  • Most Expensive – Carbonfiber, including HiMod and carbon fiber with Kevlar

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Choosing the Right Waterpole


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