ANSI 05.1-2002 Dimension Table For Southern Pine and Douglas-fir Poles
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Ordering truckload quantities
Different treatments produce poles of different weights. Instead of having separate weight tables for each treament, full truckloads are figured by the cubic feet of wood. To determine the quantity of poles that will compose a truckload, multiply the number of poles needed at a particular size by the corresponding number of cubes from the cubic foot table.
*Approximate cubes per truckload:
Penta: 850 cubes
CCA: 800 cubes
When ordering treated wood poles, the following should be part of your specifications:
- Specify treatment (CCA, CCA ET, or Penta)
- Specify retention if Penta (8lb., 10lb., 12lb.).
- Poles shall meet the requirements of the latest revision of ANSI 05.1 "Specifications and Dimensions for Wood Poles."
- Poles will be treated in accordance with the requirement of the American Wood-Preservers' Association standard C1 "All Timber Products - preservative treatment by pressure process," and C4, "Poles - preservative treament by pressure processes."
- Specify any framing needs.
Providing the following information will insure faster service and accurate manufacture of your order:
- Size - ANSI class and length
- Frame - A scetch is best or specify:
- Roof Angle
- Number of gains
- Size of bolt holes
- Treatment - final retention in pounds per cubic foot
- Shipment - Destination and delivering carrier (spur or team track)
Brown Wood Preserving Co.
6201 Camp Ground Road
Louisville, KY 40216
*Wood is a natural product with varying densities. The final cubes per truckload are approximate based on class specifications and on the final minimum and maximum dimension of each pole.