Wrap the sleeve around the pole
Peel off the self adhesive tape, pull taught and stick down onto the sleeve
Heat-shrink the sleeve onto the pole, creating an air and watertight seal to the pole surface
Easy to use trigger light gas powered blow torch for onsite or yard application of Polesaver sleeves
Portable hand electric shrink unit for field application of Polesaver sleeves where a gas blow torch cannot be used. Switchable low power consumption for use with on-vehicle power inverters.
Rail mounted, electric, high power shrink machine for volume Polesaver sleeve application in pole yards
All application and usage videos are available on the Polesaver app. With full offline functionality, the app includes everything you and your staff need to use and apply our products, click below to download it
Watch the video to learn more. Learn more about how Polesaver Sleeves below
The sleeve must not contact parts of transport equipment
Watch the video to learn more. This video and all our other videos are available on the Polesaver App
Avoid using heavy machinery to tamp the soil close to the pole as the sleeve could be damaged
A kidney tamper is the ideal tool thanks to the precision a hand tool offers
Inspect the sleeve to make sure there is no damage once the pole has been installed
Cut an inspection hole in the sleeve at the desired point
Scrape away the bitumen and inspect as normal
Use Polesaver high performance inspection patch tape to re-seal the sleeve once finished
Polesaver manufacturers and supplies guaranteed products that are proven to extend the life of utility poles. With over 7 million sleeves supplied to date, our patented ground-line barrier sleeves have been proven in volume use since 1994.
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Postsaver Europe Ltd uses long term independent test data on the effectiveness of barrier sleeves to reach all the conclusions given on this website (data available on request). Based on this data, it believes longer life, maintenance of strength over time, improved safety and reliability, extended inspection periods and reduced maintenance requirements are reasonable claims. This is subject to Polesaver being used on correctly preservative treated (for long term in ground use) wooden utility poles that are free of decay at the time of sleeve application. The claims made, real or implied are not warranties. It is the responsibility of the user to satisfy themselves that the product performance meets their specific safety, reliability, extended inspection, repair and any other performance criteria before using Polesaver sleeves.