EZ-SPOT-UR Attachments has introduced a new attachment into their family of utility attachments. The Pole Jack, which is used to extract utility poles from the ground, is the latest product from the company based out of Fargo, North Dakota to enter the market. The Pole Jack joins the Heavy Duty Pole Setter in a line of attachments aimed at utility companies, electrical cooperatives and electrical contractors.

In an industry where traditional ways of doing things are difficult to part with, the Pole Jack is bringing on a revolution in the electrical utility industry. According to Chris Lichty of International Transmission Company, “The Pole Jack is truly revolutionizing the way we extract utility poles – not to mention it’s built like a tank.”

Chris and the Michigan-based company oversee thousands of miles of transmission lines, so anything to streamline the process of pole replacement can save days of work for Chris and his crew.

The traditional way of pulling 100-foot transmission poles involves many men and many trucks but with the EZ-SPOT-UR Pole Jack the same job can be done with just one person, one machine, and one attachment.

The Pole Jack, when attached to a skid steer, track loader, utility tractor, or backhoe offers the user unmatched maneuverability and is capable of pulling foamed poles as well as poles placed in frozen ground.


For more information contact Lonny Emerson at 701-282-2772 or email [email protected].

 

The Pole Jack, when attached to a skid steer, track loader, utility tractor, or backhoe offers the user unmatched maneuverability and is capable of pulling foamed poles as well as poles placed in frozen ground.