GIN POLE INSPECTION, RE-CERTIFICATION
Inspections and engineering evaluation can be performed according to Cite: TIA-322 Annex C: in accordance with ANSI/ASSE A10.48.
We store copies of all records from day one of manufacture in the cloud and replacement documents are available for the life of the pole. Sold a pole let us know, we track owners and serial numbers for many reasons including theft. Thieves can never get the pole re-certified and new load charts without a bill of sale.
- 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
- Structural steel 100% recycled USA in compliance with AWS or ANSI/TIA-222-G
- Each gin pole assembly and associated rooster head is permanently marked matching its load chart.
Know and learn the Regulations by ordering the current OSHA CPL 2-1.36, ANSI/TIA-322 standard, and ANSI/ASSE A10.48.
New Gin pole finish is safer and lasts much longer, providing the operator with a rough surface similar to 60 Grit Sand Paper vs. smooth Gin Poles, Owners can seal the zinc coating with a thin coating of low viscosity polyurethane, epoxy-phenolic, epoxy, or vinyl resin. The details of the application sequence and procedures can be found in ANSI/AWS C2.18-93.
Documents needed to obtain new load charts.
- Mill Report on steel, citing TIA -322, Pg 55:56 buyer must maintain a mill report for the life of the gin pole in accordance with ASTM A6 OR A568.
- Charpy report on steel to -40 citing TIA 322, Pg 55:56 state that the buyer must maintain a Charpy report for the life of the gin pole in accordance with ASTM A370
- Welding inspection reports citing TIA 322, Pg 55:56
- Pole original engineering matching poles serial numbers, stored by Landa life of the pole, citing TIA 322, Pg 55:56.
- Each individual section must have a consecutive serial number stamp on it, citing TIA 322, Pg 55:56
- All poles must have serialized documented product number with associated paperwork, citing TIA 322, Pg 55:56
- Complete records of pole inspections.
- Record of magnetic particle inspections shall be performed on 10% of the welded connections every 10 years.
- Pole Sheaves and pins are time life components with a three-year life. OEM parts and must be replaced every three years. LMS Directive 09292019-01
- Annual inspections reports shall be maintained for a minimum of two years.