Aluminum Flagpole Wind Load Chart

Aluminum Flagpole Wind Load Chart

Knowing the Wind Zone for the area where the aluminum flagpole is to be located, will help you identify the flagpole that is most suitable for that area. The National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers (NAAMM) publishes the wind load chart.
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Flagpoles: In-Ground, Shoe Base, Outrigger, Vertical Wall Mount, Nautical

Flagpoles: In-Ground, Shoe Base, Outrigger, Vertical Wall Mount, Nautical

Whether your flagpole project is for a commercial building, memorial, government building or personal residence, FlagDesk has what you need! We offer a wide selection: In-Ground, Shoe Base, Outrigger, Vertical Wall Mount, and Nautical flagpoles.
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External Halyard Flagpoles

An external halyard system is the most common flagpole application and places the rope halyard on the outside of the flagpole. External halyard systems utilize flagpole Trucks with an exposed pulley and rope halyard.
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External Cleat Flagpole Parts and Hardware Diagram

External Cleat Flagpole Parts and Hardware Diagram

This diagram breaks down the essential elements of a standard external flagpole. This is designed to help you repair an existing flagpole or understand the hardware and terms for a new external halyard flagpole.

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5 Things You Should Know About U.S. Flags

We see it everywhere... a U.S. Flag torn at the seams, tattered at the fly-end with loose threads flapping in the breeze. In our experience, this has a lot to do with how the flag is made and not the length of time it has flown.
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How To Build An Indoor Wooden or Metal Flag Set

How To Build An Indoor Wooden or Metal Flag Set

In this guide, we break down the proper Indoor American Flag Display. We will discuss the components, accessories, and options as well as what you might expect to see out of another type of indoor flag set (state, world, religious, etc.).

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How to Re-Rig (Rope) an Internal Cam Cleat Flagpole

How to Re-Rig (Rope) an Internal Cam Cleat Flagpole

This guide, we take you through replacing the rope (halyard) on your internal cam cleat flagpole. This will look at the steps involved if the rope is still up through the top pulley or if the rope has broken and the rigging has fallen.

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Most Common Flag Rigging Mistakes!

Most Common Flag Rigging Mistakes!

It is not as simple to put up a flag as you might think. There are common mistakes made all over the country that we see. This is a list of the most common. If you have your flag strung this way, you are not alone. And it is probably easy to fix!

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How to Attach Snap Hooks (Flag Clips) onto Halyard

How to Attach Snap Hooks (Flag Clips) onto Halyard

A great way to properly maintain your flagpole, is by replacing snap hooks and halyard when they break down. In this maintenance guide, we will break down the steps in attaching snap hooks with or without covers properly.

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