Coslee Heavy Metal Fabricators is an engineering company specialising in light pole and pipe fabrication. With over 35 years' experience, Coslee has become an established 'preferred supplier' of various light poles used in road lighting, floodlighting, major and minor street lighting, car parks, rail yards, docks, large storage areas, sporting ovals, traffic signals, tram and light-rail systems and electricity-transmission networks.
We understand that every project has its own needs. Whether it is large projects — like the M7 in Sydney or the eastern suburbs of Melbourne and EastLink — or small ones such as car park lighting or light poles or sporting-ground lighting and poles, we can provide suitable products.
We have a range of lighting poles, from extremely large and tall models, to elegant light poles for housing estates and flag poles for clubs, sporting venues or homes.
The mid-hinge light pole or see-saw pole is designed to allow maintenance of luminaires in areas where access to the pole is restricted or limited. The hinging operation using a see-saw principle allows the light pole and luminaire to be lowered to ground level without any elevated work-platform equipment such as a cherry picker.
There is also no need for any expensive hydraulic raising and lowering equipment, just one trained technician equipped with a rope.
Our camera light poles are available with mounting heights of up to 15m, and have been designed as 16-sided tapered poles (hexadecagons) to reduce shaft deflection. This ensures the least possible movement, providing the highly accurate and clear vision required for all surveillance and security needs.
The street lighting pole is used to securely illuminate private residential areas, commercial and industrial locations. It is designed with a curved outreach arm, in either a single or double arrangement. These poles have a maximum standard height of 12.5m and a maximum outreach of 4.5m, and are available in tapered round or tapered octagonal versions.
The tapered octagonal light pole has a variety of uses from sporting ovals to industrial developments, from as low as 4.5m to as high as 35m. Due to its wide range of uses, the tapered octagonal light pole is also known as the general-purpose pole.
The tapered octagonal pole is ideally suited to floodlighting projects that require the luminaire control gear to be mounted inside the pole, due to the larger diameter at the base.
The tapered round street-light pole range is very similar to the tapered octagonal range, but gives a modern and stylish appearance when applied to commercial and architectural environments.
Tapered round street-light poles of up to 15m in standard height are also commonly used in small to medium-sized floodlighting projects. They represent a typical form of street lighting and can add charm and sophistication to any precinct or neighbourhood.
Circular-pipe light poles are generally intended for one-post top-light fixtures and lend themselves to a classic and sophisticated design style. Architectural luminaires tend to have added flair to complement a typically slim and elegant round mast silhouette.
Circular-pipe light poles range from as low as 2m to a standard height of 6.5m. Where required they can be designed to a number of different heights.
The square-section lighting pole is ideal for floodlighting and gives the perfect balance when used with a square shoe box fitting. The height range extends from 2m to 12m.
The square-section lighting pole can also be used as a small camera pole up to 5m high.
Decorative light poles have to be functional by night and also add distinction and ambience to the streetscape during the day.
When the aim is to create individuality for an urban area, styles are versatile and varied, incorporating heritage as well as contemporary designs to fit into any architectural surrounding.
Traffic signal poles are used by road authorities as an important part of their traffic management and town planning to keep automotive and pedestrian traffic flowing safely.
Traffic signal poles are exclusively designed to meet Australian standards as well as relevant state road authorities' specifications.