The new Shakespeare composite crossarm product brochure is available for download. A pioneer in developing composite products for the utility industry, Shakespeare’s know-how and industry leadership are unparalleled.
The Shakespeare team listens carefully to customer feedback and responds with composite crossarm products that meet or exceed utility specifications and expectations from across North America and beyond.
Sturdy Shakespeare crossarms increase grid reliability and are engineered to meet or exceed the requirements of the National Electric Safety Code (NESC). Tested per ASTM D8019-15, our crossarms are also Rural Utilities Service (RUS) approved.
If you were able to combine the advantages of steel, aluminum, PVC, plastic and wood into a single product, the resulting combination may very well be a custom-composite crossarm from Shakespeare. Strong but lightweight, non-corrosive, dielectric, without rot and with a durable finish, and environmentally smart ... all these qualities are integrated into a single precision-engineered composite solution.
Shakespeare offers the widest selection of composite crossarms in the industry with length up to 40’ in six different profiles from 3.5” x 4.5” to 4” x 7.5”.
Millions of Shakespeare composite structures are installed across North America. Shakespeare’s growing utility product customer base appreciates the many advantages Shakespeare composite tangent crossarms and composite deadend assemblies provide over wood and other materials.
In fact, the inherent advantages of composite materials are leading many utilities to specify composite crossarms and deadend assemblies on new and replacement transmission and distribution installations. Shakespeare is a time-proven, logical choice for these composite products.
Download the Shakespeare composite crossarm capabilities brochure now.
Layers of innovation and triple-UV crossarm protection ensure long-lasting durability.
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Newberry, SC 29108 USA
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