Anchor Bolts: Steel bolts poured in concrete; allows fastening of pole to ground.
Banner Arms: Horizontal metal projections function to support a banner.
Base Cover: Two piece metal cover placed at base of pole; function is cosmetic — covers anchor bolts.
Base Plate: Welded to base of pole shaft; base plate allows pole to be mounted to anchor bolts
Bolt Circle: Diagonal measure from center of one anchor bolt to another.
Bolt Square: Measure from one anchor bolt to another adjacent anchor bolt.
Bollard: Decorative post used as a traffic or pedestrian barrier.
Bullhorn: Mounted at top of pole; allows for mounting of multiple fixtures.
Drill Pattern: Specific arrangement of holes, usually drilled at top of pole to allow for fixture mounting.
EPA – Effective Projected Area: Used to calculate loading of a pole; every object mounted on a pole should have an EPA value.
Flange Plate: Connection plate between two poles.
Grounding Provision: Object, usually a bolt, that is mounted inside pole to allow for electrical grounding.
HSS: Hollow structure section.
Isotach Windmap: Mean occurrence wind map gives 50 year wind velocity for specific areas in the country.
Mounting Height: Height measured from ground level to position of luminaire.
Luminaire: Fixture or lamp mounted on pole.
Nut Cover: Plastic covers that snap over anchor bolt nuts; have a cosmetic function.
Powder Coat: A strong paint finish that is applied via spraying coloured powder and baking it into the surface of an object.
T-Base: Ballast housing.
Tenon: Pipe welded to top of pole to allow mounting of a fixture or bullhorn.
Wall Thickness: Thickness measure of pole shaft.