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Most commonly used for: Kortick angle steel crossarms provide both a firm seat for the insulator pin and a rigid support for power and transmission lines.
Features that make it fit this use better: Time saving. Crossarms come with holes already punched for easier and faster installation.
Made with: Kortick angle steel crossarms are fabricated from “structural” steel, per latest revision ASTM Spec. A7.
Standards, Standard measures and dimensions: Kortick’s K8398 crossarm comes 4’ long with holes accurately punched. One 13/16” hole on each end along the centerline of the channel. two 11/16” holes are punched ten inches apart, also along the centerline of the channel. Lastly, 11/16” holes are punched running through each flange on each end of the channel for mounting bolt eyes.
Where steel crossarms are mounted on steel rails, on tubular poles, or by U-Bolts on wood poles, or if special size and length arms with special hole punching are required to meet individual installation engineering requirements, submit your problem for our recommendations.
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