Check Out latest comment below “The price for what I paid for the last pole I could have had two Simpole’s of better quality.” Kameron Kidd
Ultra-High Modulus Kevlar Water Fed Pole and Tucker brush 12′ hog hair nylon, 50 feet 5/16 super sim hose
over 40 foot reach close to 5.5 feet
With Hog Hair sim super brush Add $100
sections 1-8 4′.6″ for 36′ super pole to get off ladders to do roofs
Excalibur 32 ‘ at 60′ feet 3 extensions 30’ feet more
Used as a Trad pole too!
While carbon fiber is very definitely conductive, Kevlar® and Glass do not conduct electricity.
Kevlar® is used for guy lines in transmission towers. Although it is not conductive, it can absorb water and the water does conduct electricity (or rather minerals in the water make it conductive.) so in such applications, a waterproof coating is applied to the Kevlar.
Because Carbon Fiber does conduct electricity, galvanic corrosion is a concern when it is in contact with other metallic parts.
Boaters, who have carbon fiber masts and spars, have learned to insulate their aluminum fasteners and connections to avoid corrosion.[