What is the diameter of a rotary washing line pole?

What is the diameter of a rotary washing line pole?

As mentioned above, the centre pole diameter on this medium sized rotary washing is 40mm. That’s typically 5 or 10 mm greater than most of the other rotaries on the market. It may seem a bit arcane, but pole diameter is important.

What is a ground spike?

A soil spike ideal to support your outdoor airer. Our soil spike will allow you to simply push the spike into the ground and attach your laundry airer. The soil spike is made of durable weatherproof metal and will firmly hold your airer in place, providing extra support for drying your laundry.

Are all rotary washing line poles the same size?

They are measured in diameters and are available in 4, 5, and 6 metre diameters. It is made with aluminium fixtures, galvanised wire and galvanised steel.

How do you remove a rotary washing spike?

Dig around the spike until you can pull & wiggle it out. Replace earth & either hit it back in with a hammer & a block of timber (in a slightly different location) keeping it straight as you do or postcrete it back in straight depending on how permanent you want it to be.

Do you need a spike for rotary washing line?

Whether your rotary washing line has a spike or a base will depend on what type of rotary washing line you want. The standard rotary washing line is a permanent fixture. These are cemented in to provide extra support and are much more stable than portable rotary washing lines.

How do you measure a rotary Airer?

Rotary clotheslines are measured by the diameter of the clothesline, so where we state a measurement of 2.9m – 3.3m for example, this is the distance from the end of one arm, through the middle to the end of the other arm.

What kind of pulley is used on a clothesline?

With a fixed pulley, you attach a pulley to a hook or a wall. The pulley doesn’t move. That’s like the clothesline pulley in the picture here. A fixed pulley doesn’t give you any mechanical advantage, but it changes the direction of the force.

How do you remove a clothesline pole?

Dig around the cement base with a shovel. If your pole doesn’t have a cement base, dig around the pole until you’re able to lean against the pole, working it loose. You can then remove the pole.