Fortran offers a variety of lengths and types of Vertical Brackets for your specific traffic signal mounting requirements. They are available in one, two, or three way mounting configurations. Fortran has sold thousands, and is widely used across North America.
The vertical bracket provides a strong and durable mounting for Pedestrian Signals and Traffic Signals from side-of-pole.
The vertical bracket consists of a pair of aluminum arms. Each arm has a length of pipe, which has a threaded elbow at one end and a pole plate at the other. A typical installation has the pole plate attached to a pole with stainless steel strapping – two steel straps are recommended for each pole plate (not included with the bracket). The pole plate can be mounted to a wall, or wood, steel, concrete pole. The signal head can be rotated to face in any direction.
Standard arm length is 16 inches. Other lengths are also available to suit the application.
Vertical brackets fit traffic signal heads with a two inch diameter opening.