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Titan Telescoping Aluminum Residential Flagpoles
The Titan Telescoping Flagpoles are superior in quality to anything on the market today. They are proudly made in the USA and are made with only the finest materials inside and out. Each Telescoping Flagpole is backed with a 7 Year Warranty and withstands wind over 95 mph. The poles have NO Ropes, NO Chains, NO Pulleys so you do not have to worry about knots and tangles. Also, this makes our flagpoles virtually NOISE FREE. The Titan Telescoping Flagpole is made of sturdy aircraft grade 16 gauge aluminum with an hard coat anodized finish making this flagpole MAINTENANCE FREE, no need to worry about rust or painting. TheTitan Telescoping Flagpole has patented Interlocking sleeves which allow you to raise each section of the pole without any pins or holes in the flagpole. The swivel harness which the flags are mounted on, are made of lexan and allow the flag to fly "Freely" 360 degrees around the pole, preventing the flag from wrapping around the pole. Less wear and tear on "Old Glory." The 20' and 25' flagpole come with an amazing 3" base diameter which is 30% stronger than other telescoping flagpoles. It also has 7 times the bearing surface which will reduce wobble in-between the sections.
Each Flagpole comes complete with a 3" gold ball, double flag harness, ground sleeve, premium 4'x6' US Flag (3'x5' on our 16') instruction sheet and 7 year warranty card.
These Telescopic Flag Poles also are great for tailgating, business, trade shows, and more !!
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The Evolution of the Flagpole
The dictionary defines a flagpole as “a staff or a pole on which a flag is or can be displayed.” It can be a simple support made of wood or metal. Prior to the industrial revolution, flag poles were simply made from trees, selected for their straightness. They were cut down, stripped of their bark and branches and planted into the ground with a flag attached to the top. The only real problem with these wooden flagpoles is that they typically rot at the base because they are inserted into the ground.
Near the turn of the 20th century changes came to the flag pole industry. Steel flagpoles became very popular. They were typically made from recycled materials that had been used for other purposes. Steel tubes and the masts from ships were used as flag poles. Steel section poles used for trolley wires were employed to make flagpoles. In the late 1920’s, producers of flagpoles began making the long tapered poles we commonly see today as home flagpoles.
The most popular and durable flagpoles are made of aluminum. As the production process of aluminum improved, it became cheaper to produce flag poles made of aluminum over steel. The material is very strong yet light weight, making it easier to handle and most importantly corrosion resistant. Aluminum flagpoles are corrosion resistant because the material generates oxide coating. This can additionally be increased by applying a special finish to the flagpoles such as anodizing and painting.
As a side note, a very special flag pole was constructed for Apollo
11 when they landed on the moon. The pole was designed to hold a flag
out stiffly on the surface of the moon. The flagpole was very light
weight and used a telescoping design so the astronauts and their massive
gloves could easily manipulate it. It was also stored in one of the
legs of the lunar lander’s ladder.
Throughout history, flagpoles have undergone changes in structure, composition and style. From wood to steel to aluminum, flag poles allow us to show our patriotism. Flagpoles are a part of history, our history. There are many great flagpole producers out there. And there are many made in the USA flagpoles available. So go shopping and get yourself a great telescoping aluminum flagpole!