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Unread 08-31-2010, 10:14 AM   #1
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Default Vending poles

I have a 12' wide by 8ft high banner, I need a lightweight easy to manage (aluminum) pole system for it. does anyone have a company they have used or is everyone building thier own from Home depot parts? I would also like to have brackets mounted to my trailer to offer better support.

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Damn Dana you dont think I can point you the right way with that? I have a good set up on my big trailer.
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speed rail I used to buy tons of that stuff here http://www.mutualhardware.com/Speed-Rail-Fitting
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Damn Dana you dont think I can point you the right way with that? I have a good set up on my big trailer.
You should have seen mark and I wrestling with those 20 ft steel poles. If you google News 12, rock ribs and ridges I think you can see us in the background trying to avoid being blown over. I couldn't find any user friendly set ups at HD.
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Matt, I will take a closer look at your trailer in CT.
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You want to use steel - a 25mph wind gust on a 12' x 8' banner is right around 307 pounds, so each pole needs to laterally support 154 pounds at a minimum. Catch a 45 mph gust and the pole load goes up to 490 lbs.
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Gives me a new insight to steel poles, thanks. Does this hold true for a mesh banner
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Gives me a new insight to steel poles, thanks. Does this hold true for a mesh banner
No, mesh has a different load factor, is your banner mesh?
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Yes, 12ft wide x 8 ft high
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