The Top 6 Reasons to Choose Composite Utility Poles

We previously introduced our new composite utility poles and their key components. But, what are some of the reasons to choose FRP utility poles over a more traditional material like wood or steel? Here, seek we’ll take a look at just a few of the reasons to choose FRP utility poles. Safety: high dielectric strength Under.. read more →

New Product: Composite Utility Poles

Transmission Innovations has been a leader in bringing FRP products to the electrical industry. As the leading supplier of patent-protected FRP cross arms and cross braces, we’ve now added composite utility poles to our product line. In this post, we’ll introduce some of the key components of these new composite utility poles. Advanced UV Protection.. read more →

How Composite Cross Arms Save Utilities Money

When we looked at the “6 Reasons to Choose FRP Cross Arms” one of our key reasons was Cost Savings. But how exactly can composite cross arms save a utility money? And, how much? Here we take a look at just one example of how significant savings can be achieved with FRP cross arms over use.. read more →

6 Reasons to Try FRP Cross Arms

In an industry with vast infrastructure that is meant to last a quarter century or more, changes don’t happen overnight when a new technology comes along. At this point you are probably aware of FRP as an alternative to traditional cross arm materials like wood or steel. But, why should you start using FRP cross.. read more →

New environmental standard achieved for transmission structures through collaboration between Transmission Innovations and BC Hydro

VANCOUVER, B.C. August 29, 2013. FRP Transmission Innovations Inc., in collaboration with BC Hydro, is excited to set a new environmental standard for high voltage infrastructure with the installation of a fibre reinforced polymer H-frame structure built for transmission lines. This installation represents a number of important firsts: The first polyurethane cross arm for high voltage lines.. read more →