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How much do telephone poles weigh per foot? – AnswersToAll

7 hours ago How much do telephone poles weigh per foot? For a super hand-wavy, ballpark answer, let’s say it’s a pine pole, 30 ft tall and 1 ft in diameter (0.5 ft radius). The volume of that pole is 30 * pi * 0.5^2, so 24 cubic feet. The density of pine is ~30 lbs per cubic foot, so this hypothetical pole weighs 30 * 24 = 720 pounds.

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How much weight can a telephone pole hold? SupportMyMoto

8 hours ago Joint-use poles are normally owned by one utility, which leases area on it for different cables. Additionally to know is, how a lot does a 40 ft phone pole weigh? They weigh 1,695 kilos to …

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How much weight can a telephone pole hold?

7 hours ago How much weight can a telephone pole hold? For a super hand-wavy, ballpark answer, let"s say it"s a pine pole, 30 ft tall and 1 ft in diameter (0.5 ft radius). The volume of that pole is 30 * pi * 0.5^2, so 24 cubic feet. The density of pine is ~30 lbs per cubic foot, so this hypothetical pole weighs 30 * 24 = 720 pounds.

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Pole Sizes and Technical Information McWane Poles

Just Now Pole Sizes and Technical Information. Our poles are manufactured to meet minimum tip load and moment capacity equivalents of wood poles under NESC Grade B construction. We manufacture poles in Classes 1 through 3, from 30 feet to 95 feet and H Class poles in strength ratings to Class H10 and heights up to 95 feet.

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How much does an electric pole weigh? Quora

8 hours ago Answer (1 of 6): Obviously it depends on the pole; what it"s made of, how big it is, and so on. For a super hand-wavy, ballpark answer, let"s say it"s a pine pole, 30 ft tall and 1 ft in diameter (0.5 ft radius). The volume of that pole is 30 * pi * 0.5^2, so 24 cubic feet. The density of pine i