City Module

City Module® is a patented and therefore exclusive and innovative concept, of poles made of extruded aluminum. Using blends from the 6000 series, City Module offers the best features with regards to its high elastic limit.

The extruding technique allows masses to distribute themselves on a constant section in order to heighten the poles’ inertia and thus their stiffness. Profiles benefit from the best relation weight/inertia, with a strong average thickness varying from 7 to 9 mm.

All our poles with this patent have a functional internal structure giving them heightened mechanical properties as well as judicious applications:

  • access door interchangeability made from a profile, complimentary profile on the pole,
  • lateral reinforcements on the access door location,
  • support for plate hooks,
  • inscribed cylinder enabling pole heads interchangeability and 360°
  • no difference between pole's dimentions.

this tubular lighting poles offers a range of sections: Cylinder, Triangular, Starred, Ovoid, Rectangular, Aleatoire, Trapezoidal...

Our K structure, Bermude, ShirazK and Octave profiles include external rails. The pole can therefore be equipped with accessories (banners,

cameras, signage, bins, benches) : it is variable and multi-functional.

The use of City Module® guarantees an easy and economical maintenance.

 

Street lightRadiant energy that is capable of exciting the retina and producing a visual sensation. The visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum (light) extends from about 0.38 to 0.77 microns.  arm

A patented concept for streetlight arms emerged from our trusts on the qualities of aluminum. Made in aluminum profile, its enables the management of lengths variation and harmonization of urban design. Whatever the model, its section enables the cable passage to be insulated and lateral machinations creating visual lightness and harmony between pole and luminaireA complete lighting unit, consisting of a lamp or lamps together with the components required to distribute the light, position the lamps, and connect the lamps to a power supply. Often referred to as a "fixture."  connection.

 
 

 

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