External Halyard System
Standard Flagpoles include an external halyard system. The rope(s) run down the outside of the flagpole and are fastened using a cleat. While this system is the most widely used, variations due occur. Commercial ground set flagpoles are supplied with a revolving truck, where residential and wall mounted poles come standard with a stationary truck. Also, revolving trucks are available with a single pulley (one rope) or a double pulley (two ropes). Each section describes the standard fittings.
Winch System – Internal Halyard – Vandal Deterrent System
Internal Cam System – Internal Halyard – Vandal Deterrent System
This system consists of a nylon rope, which is routed through the interior of the flagpole shaft and is attached to cam cleat mechanism. A flush access door at ground level allows access to the concealed cam cleat. The beaded sling encircling the pole, keeps the flag tight against the flagpole and a neoprene counter weight allows for proper lowering and raising of the flag . The cam system allows for the display of the flag at any position on the pole.
This assembly is supplied with a standard stationary truck. An optional revolving truck is available.