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A New Product Line for a New Year @ DIS-TRAN Overhead Solutions

Posted by Wendy Gintz on Jan 19, 2016 10:41:00 AM

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The New Year brings New Products to DIS-TRAN Overhead Solutions.  We are so excited to tell the world about Ultravex™, our newest product line featuring patented, industry-leading technology that sets it apart from the rest.

Ultravex cross arms are designed like no other fiberglass composite arm on the market today.  They are designed from the Inside – Out instead of the traditional method of selecting an industry standard size and determining capabilities. We looked for the most efficient shape and section for providing a unique solution to this industry’s needs.  The unique design and shape of Ultravex fiberglass composites creates a product with superior strength and BIL ratings for Tangent and Dead-end applications not seen in the market today.

5 Things That Set Ultravex™ Crossarms Apart

  • The Ultravex design allows for one 3-1/2” x 3-1/2” sized crossarm to be used for multiple applications.
  • No special hardware is required for assembling Ultravex to the pole or for the hardware to Ultravex.
  • The design and improved wall thickness eliminates the need for inserts.
  • Inventories can be reduced with Ultravex as this crossarm can be used for tangents and dead-end applications due to extremely high strength ratings.
  • Ultravex crossarms are
    • Fire Resistant
    • Woodpecker Proof
    • Insect Proof
    • UV Protected

See our website for more. WW.DISTRANOVERHEADSOLUTIONS.COM

We know there are mounds of questions and we look forwad to the communication exchage between us and those interested in knowing more about not only Ultravex™ but about all of our product offerings. Not to mention that there is so much more to come.  2016 shows true potential for you as a customer. You may also want to refer back to our Blog Post 8 Major Markets that use Composites.

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