CEREMONIAL + COMMERCIAL + RESIDENTIAL
PILA’S flag poles were supplied for the Sydney Olympic Games and the Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
Our flag poles stand atop the SCG Members Pavillion and along the Sydney Harbour foreshore. We supply McDonalds, Ikea, Mercedes, Subaru, Ford, Novotel, Google, Mitre 10. And our flag poles are standing at countless government, council, school and memorial sites nationally.
FLAG POLE FEATURES + BENEFITS
Certified Australian Made (licence #5645)
Made to Australian Standards
7 Year Manufacturers Structural Warranty
All parts and fittings are marine grade
6063 T6 High Tensile Marine Grade Aluminium
Tapered posts are machine spun-tapered
UV Stabilised Pearl White Powdercoat Finish
All bases constructed fom hot dipped galvanised steel
Sleeve bases include end caps with security locks
Installation instruction guides for all products
BANNER POLE FEATURES + BENEFITS
All of the above flag pole features and benefits PLUS:
A rotating vertical arm designed to fly an advertising banner
A hinged base as standard to make changing banners quick
Easy to relocate bases – perfect for land developers
24 hour a day advertising for 1 low initial purchase cost
An opportunity to rent poles out to community groups
Why should I buy my flag pole from PILA?
If you are buying a flag pole to fly the Australian flag, please buy a flag pole that is made in Australia. PILA’s flag poles are Certified Australian Made (licence #5645).
PILA’s flag poles are manufactured from high quality Australian grade aluminium. Metals not meeting Australian Standards are sub-standard. They can be weak or ill-formed and this can lead to metal fatigue or failure.
Poor quality zinc plated bolts and nuts are seen often on imported flag poles. PILA only uses marine grade aluminium for our flag poles and all parts are either marine grade stainless steel or hot dipped galvanised. They won’t rust.
When you buy an imported flag pole, you have no control over quality, warranty, servicing or spare parts. Often the company re-selling an imported flag pole can’t help as they are just a middle man, not a flag pole manufacturer. They are not experts.
If flag pole’s you are considering purchasing seem like a bargain, ask the supplier:
Are the flag poles imported and where are they manufactured?
Are the poles made from aluminium, not steel (they shouldn’t be)?
Are the poles lightweight aluminium that don’t need a crane to install?
Are tapered poles step-tapered or machine spun-tapered?
Are the bases hot dipped galvanised Australian steel (not zinc plated)?
Are the parts and bolts marine grade stainless and hot dipped galvanised (not zinc)?
What is the warranty length? And how long do I have to wait for spare parts?
Are the flag poles built to Australian Standards?
A PILA brand. Established in 1984, ACE is one of Australia’s most well-known aluminium flag pole manufacturers. ACE has supplied many of Australia’s largest and most prestigious flag pole projects including the Sydney 2000 Olympics, the National Capital Authority in Canberra and the ANZAC bridge.
A PILA brand. Premier Poles is a manufacturer of budget flag and banner poles often seen at car dealer ships and land developments in large clusters, and at residential homes.
PILA’s flag poles stand at war memorials, RSL clubs, services clubs, military facilities, local government offices, embassies parliamentary buildings and schools nationally.
We also manufacture flag poles for universities, hospitals and the health sector, police stations, fire stations, ambulance stations, court houses, public libraries, national parks, public parks and open spaces, SES headquarters and associated military bases.
Some of our flag pole clients include the National Capital Authority, Department of Defence, the City of Sydney, the Embassy of Colombia, the Embassy of Mongolia, the United Arab Emirates Embassy, the Bulgarian Embassy, the Australian Defence Force, the UAE Military Attaché Office, the Department of Defence Hobart, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, The Alfred Hospital and Alfred Health, Deakin University, Victoria University, Latrobe City Council, Hobart City Council and the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence.