Flagpole Finishes

Aluminum Finish Options

 

Satin Brushed

The Satin brushed finish has been the standard finish in the flagpole industry for years. It is a machine polished, bright finish that requires no maintenance. Acme/Lingo’s fine satin finish will allow the pole to oxidize evenly over time.

Satin Brushed
Satin-Brushed

Duranodic Anodized

Anodizing protects aluminum with a durable, attractive finish. The electo-chemical process uses an electrolyte and an electrical charge to oxidize the surface of an aluminum pole. Anodizing, however, effects different alloys differently. Cast flagpoles parts and welds will not anodize the same color as the pole and therefore require painting to match.

Clear Natural (204)
Clear Natural (204)
Light Bronze (311)
Light Bronze (311)
Medium Bronze (312
Medium Bronze (312)
Dark Bronze (313)
Dark Bronze (313)
Black (335)
Black (335)

 

Powder Coating

Powder coat painted finishes offer a high-performance alternative to anodizing. Acme/Lingo powder coating provides a finish that is resistant to abrasion and offers long term corrosion protection.

White
White
Sandstone Sandstone Burgundy
Burgundy
Hunter Green
Hunter Green
Natural Aluminum
Natural Aluminum
Charcoal Gray
Charcoal Gray
Medium Bronze
Medium Bronze
Sanded Brown
Sanded Brown
New Dark Bronze
New Dark Bronze
Dark Bronze
Dark Bronze
Sanded Black
Sanded Black
Black
Black
Steel Blue
Steel Blue
Dark Green
Dark Green
Bright Red
Bright Red

 

Stainless Steel Finishes

Acme/Lingo stainless steel flagpoles are machine polished in a circumerential pattern and require no maintenance. Available finishes are the standard #4 (220-280 grit) or a #7 reflective finish. The #7 finish is not a true mirror; however, it is reflective with only faint grain lines.

#4 Finish
#4 Finish
#7 Reflective
#7 Reflective
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