The Telespar Advantage
The tubing is produced through a unique manufacturing process that permits tubular sections of different sizes to telescope into the next larger size. It is complemented by a variety of compatible fittings, accessories, nuts, bolts and simple installation tools.
The engineered system of integrated parts enables you to mount signs back-to-back and on adjacent sides. It is designed to make adjustment, reinforcement and splicing fast and easy. By utilizing a square tube, Telespar® exhibits superior wind load capabilities and torsional stability.
Telespar the original telescoping sign support system holds several distinct advantages over the competition.
- Secure Signage
- Easy Installation, Rapid Replacement
- Safety Buildings
- Cost Savings
Telespar Telescoping Posts with Holes
Telespar square posts feature 7/16″ pre-punched holes on 1″ centers and corner welds to allow smooth telescoping action. Telespar square signposts are the most versatile product on the market, demonstrating versatility, ease of installation, and optimization for multi-directional signage. Telespar square posts conform to ASTM A1011 Grade 50.
The Telespar® perforated sign supports enables the ability to:
- Telescope the Telespar posts into the next larger size, allowing for easy installation
- Make adjustment, reinforcement, and splicing fast and easy
- Mount signs back-to-back and on adjacent sides without the need for additional brackets
- Exhibit superior wind load capabilities and torsional stability
- Quick and safe installation – all installation and replacement is done at ground level (no ladders, lifts, or bucket trucks needed)
U.S. Std. Gauge & Inch
|1–3/4 x 1–3/4||14 (0.083)||0.392||1.71||0.201||0.230||0.716|
|2 x 2||14 (0.083)||0.474||1.99||0.296||0.296||0.790|
|1–1/2 x 1–1/2||12 (0.105)||0.380||1.70||0.129||0.172||0.582|
|1–3/4 x 1–3/4||12 (0.105)||0.485||2.06||0.231||0.264||0.690|
|2 x 2||12 (0.105)||0.590||2.42||0.372||0.372||0.794|
|2–1/4 x 2–1/4||12 (0.105)||0.695||2.77||0.561||0.499||0.898|
|2–1/2 x 2–1/2||12 (0.105)||0.803||3.14||0.804||0.643||1.001|
|2–3/16 x 2–3/16||10 (0.135)||0.841||3.43||0.605||0.553||0.848|
|2–1/2 x 2–1/2||10 (0.135)||1.010||4.01||0.979||0.783||0.985|
|1–3/4 x 1–3/4 QP||14 (0.083)||0.392||1.88||0.201||0.230||0.716|
|2 x 2 QP||14 (0.083)||0.474||2.16||0.296||0.296||0.790|
L = Moment of Inertia S = Section Modulus R = Radius of Gyration