Manufactured to ANSI/TIA-322 

  • AWS Certified
  • U.S. AWS Certified welder assembled
  • U.S. Certified Gin Pole AWS welder assembled
  • Certified AWS independent contractor inspected
  • AWS D1.1:2015 Structural welding code-steel
  • Load charts are pole specific with matching serial numbers
  • 5.0   Analysis and design of Gin Poles
  • 6.0   Gin Pole construction
  • Metalized surface
  • Base end roller end
  • Double sheave rooster head
  • Guy tower base end option
  • Jump Track Option
  • Optional Sheaves

OSHA required Forms, supplied with all LMS gin poles we manufacture.

  • Annual Pole Certification signed and numbered.
  • Annual Pole Inspection Report signed and numbered.
  • VT Visual Welding Inspection Report, done at the time of manufacture
  • Mill Report on steel specification ASTM A500, Grade B/C
  • Charpy report on steel temperature test to –40 degrees
  • PE Stamped Pole specific Load Chart


  • 65 Lb / 29 Kg Head section 
  • 350 Lb / 159 Kg 20′ Sections 
  • 110 Lb / 50 Kg Tail section
  • 87 Lb / 39 Kg Rooster head and bearing 

Jump Track option

  • 78″ Long
  • 16.5″ Wide
  • 80 Lb

Sheave options 

  • Sheave 7/16″ groove, 8″ diameter
  • Sheave 5/8″ groove, 8″ diameter
  • Sheave 3/8″ groove, 8″ diameter


 Class Gross Loading Load Line SizeImpact Factor Req’d steel wire rope
A0 < 1,000 Lbsd<= 5/16″1.45
B1,000 < 3,000 Lbs5/16″ < d <= 7/16″1.35
C3,000 < 10,000 Lbs7/16″ < d <= 9/16″1.25
D10,000 + Lbsd > 9/16″1.20

Tilted Pole Charts 68′- 88′

Pole Charts 108′ 1part line

Tilted Pole Charts 108′

charts are pole specific with serial numbers.
Serial numbers on Pulleys must match the serial number of the Gin Pole. This will be required to complete the annual Gin Pole Inspection.  All gin poles using a load line other than steel shall be classified as class A Gin Poles for all load line diameters.

We do not supply any accessory hardware or assembly bolts, shackles, or any attaching hardware. Use 3/4″×2.5 A325 Structural bolts, washers, and nuts only. Remember to inspect before re-using.

Complete records of pole inspections and history of Magnetic particle inspection. Mag particle inspection shall be performed on 10% of the welded connections every 10 years. Annual inspection reports shall be maintained for a minimum of two years. All gin pole operations must comply with the latest ANSI/TIA-322 and the OSHA CPL 2-1.36. Maintain your required documents along with the work plan, engineer sign-off for each specific job.