​Hinged masts​

Hinged masts are specially designed for hard-to-reach places

If you need to install floodlights in areas that are difficult to access with lifts and cranes, DAV NORDIC hinged masts are the best solution for you. 

Our hinged masts are used at sports facilities, harbors, hills, slopes and  ports. Hinged masts can mainly be used in places where it can be difficult or impossible to access with a service lift or crane. Hinged masts are highly functional as they can be operated by one person without the need for a crane or lift. This makes it easier and safer to maintain both the mast and various luminaires. 

The masts can be tilted in the middle, bringing the top of the mast down to an easy-to-operate height. This also means lower operating costs as no crane or lift is required.

Many options for convenient operation and accessories

Our hinged masts come in a BM type, which is a lightweight mast with manual operation for mast tipping. They also come in a BMT type, which is a heavy-duty mast with either manual or electric winch to operate the mast tipping function. 

Hinged masts can be equipped with all types of crossbars and ring crossbars.  Hinged masts are supplied with foot flanges for mounting on a cast foundation or a steel foundation can be supplied for burial. 

Our hinged masts are manufactured in hot-dip galvanized steel according to DS/EN 1461. They are also CE-marked with load calculations according to EN 40 and for the tall ones – over 15 m – according to Eurocode 1. In addition, you can increase their functionality by purchasing our anti-graffiti and anti-sticker top coat. 

If you need a floodlight mast where you have room to lay it flat on the ground, a hinged mast is a practical solution for you. 

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Our committed and skilled advisers are ready to help you with solutions that both take into account good finances, the working environment and high quality.

Lilli Winnicki

Sales engineer
+45 31 71 37 16

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