Utility Poles consist of wooden poles used to support overhead power lines and various other public utilities, such as cables, fiber optic cables, and related equipment such as transformers and streetlights. "Electrical cable is routed overhead on utility poles as an inexpensive way to keep it insulated from the ground and out of the way of people and vehicles."
World Hardwood has collected information to provide an understanding of the advantages of wooden utility poles:... Continue Reading
Building Poles, also known as pole framing, rise above the ground to provide building structures with support.
Making use of natural and renewable plantations, R&B Timber supplies a large range of treated timber building poles, ensuring durability and evading decay.
According to this source, building poles consist of large poles that are buried beneath the ground to ?provide the vertical structural support and strong girts parallel to the floor to provide horizontal... Continue Reading
Sustainable forestry, involves balancing environmental, social and economic factors to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
?What does sustainable forestry involve?
The R&B Timber Group has gathered information to answer this question and provide a better understanding of what sustainable forestry involves.
Sustainable forestry involves carefully managing a forest, so that as trees are felled they... Continue Reading
Vineyard Posts, what are they?
Vineyard post are critical to our South African, and indeed the wine industry worldwide, as they enable the vines to be strung along wires encouraging them to climb towards the sun, and thus exposing the plant to the sun 7 moisture that is requires. In this article, the major reasons are put forward concerning the dominance of wooden poles, and specifically vineyard posts in the wine industry since the 1900's.
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Creosote Poles, or CCA treated poles are used widely throughout South Africa. Coal-tar creosote is the most widely used wood treatment today; both industrially, processed into wood using pressure methods such as "full-cell process" or "empty-cell process". In addition to toxicity to fungi, insects, and marine borers, it serves as a natural water repellant. Its most common uses areFencing - Fencing wooden poles can be used in homes, feedlots, game farms and orchards amongst many others.... Continue Reading
Utility Poles or transmission poles as they are sometimes known, are the cause of a common question. "How is the placement of utility poles down a road determined?" To answer this question, the World Hardwood has gathered some content from around the web that will help.
According to this source, there are very valid reasons as to where utility poles should be placed. "To reduce the number and severity of crashes involving utility poles, luminaire poles, traffic signal supports, and... Continue Reading