Notch extending pole saw.


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I started doing production line clearance. I'm not certed but we maintan our MAD. Lots of times I could finish a tree if I had a 20 ft polesaw. I wouldn't use a aluminum pole saw like a silky for obvious reasons, and the foam filled poles issued are to flimsy at 20 ft, but Notch makes a fiberglass/carbon fiber polesaw 20 + ft. How conductive would that be? It would never be used with in 10 ft of lines but it is line clearance work. Would the fiberlass/car on fiber be as conductive as aluminum? Thank for any help or advice.
As far as I remember, carbon fiber is conductive... As for cutting outside the MAD, yes it would probably be ok, but I bet your safety inspection wouldn't be pleased... but if what your cutting is outside 10 feet, I suppose the question of why you're even cutting it needs to be asked....

Also 20' feet of foam filled sucks should be well within your regular ability to use, that's only 3 sections, work on that upper body strength and courage mussels. 4 should be routine, 5-6+ on storm occasionally happens to