Team Intrack can engineer and install a flagpole for your specific needs. This image shows one of our 100mm x 8.0mtr rotating arm flagpole on a hinge base.
Rotating arms, or rota arms, on a flagpole, extend the life of the flag being flown by allowing the flag to rotate in the wind rather than stay static.
The Intrack rotating arm flagpole is usually supported by a hinged base. With a hinge base, you can lower your flagpole to the ground without completely removing it from its footing. With rotating flagpoles, ropes aren’t used to raise and lower flags. The hinge base allows ensures easy flag/banner changeover and repair or maintenance without the need for use of reach trucks.
Greg Harte recently stood a few Intrapole banner poles at the Hellenic Museum at 280 William Street, Melbourne.
Perfectly proportioned and engineered for excellence, these top of the range poles are in perfect keeping with the idealised beauty and precision of Hellenistic era artwork.
Flagpole inspection and maintenance is important for keeping your flagpole looking good and your flag flying high. It’s even more important to ensure the integrity of the flagpole remains and it presents no safety risk.
The Intrack team completes routine maintenance for many of our corporate flagpole and council customers. However, as we have many residential and small business customers, we’re often asked for self-managed flagpole maintenance tips.
To maintain your flagpole, every six to 12 months:
We don’t sell flags, but since we do engineer, fabricate, install flagpoles, we do know a few things about flags. For example, we know flags need maintenance, too.
With the world swept up in World Cup fever, we at Intrack started thinking about soccer versus football, and all the different games that fall under the “football” name. The below infographic caught our eye. While soccer isn’t included in the mix, it does offer a great overview of the differences between American football, Rugby and Australian Rules football.
If the World Cup has you thinking about new soccer goals or replacing old ones, you want to talk with us. Our FFA and FIFA compliant goals come in standard and custom sizes.
And, if you lean American, give us a call. Most likely we can engineer a solution for you, too.
After three years of a thoroughly enjoyable role with Intrack, please be advised that as of today, I am now on maternity leave and Intrack Systems has a new contact.
For all Intrack questions or orders, please contact David Lazzari.
Phone: 03 9798 4433
Mobile: 0418 330 166
David joins the Intrack team with extensive experience in the industry. He’ll continue the excellent level of service you expect from Intrack.
Thursday, the Intrack truck was loaded up and ready to roll with four sets of AFL goal posts for the Yarra Ranges Shire Council. They love the ease of installation and maintenance our sporting posts deliver. And, it doesn’t hurt that they’re so easy on the eyes.
Team Intrack wrapped up a project installing 100mm untapered internal halyard flagpoles at the Burwood Heights Shopping Centre.
They look so good, you almost don’t even see the abandoned shopping trolley nestled between them (pictured right).
Our 100mm untapered internal halyard flagpoles are very cost effective and can be fabricated to 7.0 or 8.0 metres tall.
For more information about raising the profile of your business with a corporate flagpole, contact Intrack.
Welcome to the working year 2014. What better opportunity to celebrate and fly the Australian National Flag! Australia Day lets us show our Aussie spirit and we here at Intrack Systems Australia are proud to be Australian – manufacturing and installing flagpoles, sporting posts and banner display systems to the government, business sector and residential market.
For more information call 03 9798 4433 or email Janelle at email@example.com.
Intrack has all your flagpole and sporting post needs covered. And more:
… and, Footy season is just around the corner, Yay!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Dandenong. The Intrack team completed flagpole maintenance and flag change-over earlier this week for the Council.
It’s got us got us humming Christmas songs while visions of sugar plums dance in our heads.