ScanPole Pole+

Experience the excellence of premium fencing with an extended lifespan! Introducing Scanpole's latest breakthrough: fencing posts treated with copper oil for unparalleled durability. This cutting-edge generation of posts is crafted to endure diverse weather conditions, boasting a remarkable service life of over 40 years. Utilizing a novel wood preservative featuring organic biocides and copper, Scanpole proudly presents copper oil poles that can be safely employed in any setting, including domestic environments like schoolyards and playgrounds. A comprehensive study comparing six types of poles revealed that copper oil poles exert the least environmental and human impact.

Key Advantages of Copper Oil Treated Fencing:

Service life of 40+ years

  • Crafted from certified Nordic-grown high-quality Scots pine, harvested at approximately 80 years old
  • Poles undergo seven quality assurance checks before reaching customers
    Scanpole, previously Burt, Boulton & Haywood, has been a trusted producer of high-quality treated wood timber since 1848.
  • Modern Alternative to Creosote:
  • Hydrophobic properties of Creosote oil
  • High-pressure hot oil preservation, similar to creosote

Reduced Environmental Impact:

  • Suitable for both industrial and domestic use
  • Applicable in sensitive areas, including schools and groundwater zones

Options Available

Please note this item is currently only available in our Worcestershire and Devon branch.

  • 1650 x 90mm
  • 1800 x 90mm
  • 2100 x 100mm
  • 2400 x 100mm
  • 2100 x 140mm
  • 2400 x 150mm
  • 2400 x 180mm

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is Scanpole?  Scanpole, a family-owned company based in Finland, has been producing high-quality wooden posts since 1848. Specialising in utility poles and fencing posts, all products are crafted from slow-grown Nordic Scots Pine.

How can I know that Pole+ products have a 40-year service life?  Rigorous tests, meeting European technical standards, have demonstrated a service life of over 40 years, surpassing creosoted products.

Is Pole+ safe for humans and animals?  Yes, Pole+ products are authorized under the Biocidal Products Regulation, ensuring safety for professionals, non-professionals, and the general public.

Why is the treated timber green?  The high copper content gives Scanpole Pole+ timber a vibrant green color, which naturally fades to warm brown and eventually to a natural grey over time.
Where are Scanpole Pole products made?

Scanpole Pole+ products are manufactured in Norway using Norwegian Scots pine in the same factory that has been producing high-quality telecom and utility poles since 1935.