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Electric Telescopic Poles

Electric Telescopic Poles

In 2022, Olympia Triumph launched a fully carbon fibre version of their established Electric Telescopic Pole. This was developed to meet operational requirements for reduced weight of the overall system and increased stiffness of the pole.

The electric motor control is easy to operate with gloves on and, in the event of a problem, the user can activate the folding handle to allow full manual control of the pole. This bypasses the motor and enables further extension and retraction. The user can quickly convert the pole back to electric mode at any time. Simple battery replacement procedure allows mid-mission changeover if required.

The Electric Telescopic Pole is rated to IP68. This enables the pole to be submerged to a depth of 15 metres for up to four hours and remain operational.

Product features include:

The transition to a full carbon fibre pole provides the following benefits:

  • A weight saving of up to 5 kg per pole. This makes the movement and stowage of the pole much easier. The lower weight of the tubes also allows for much easier extension of the pole when used in manual mode.
  • Improved accuracy: The increased stiffness of the carbon fibre over that of the original aluminium poles allows even better control when deploying a hook and ladder. This version of the pole is equipped with the same electric motor featured on the original ETP pole range.

ECP.10-5 - Electric Carbon Pole 10m

Carbon fibre

18.00 kg (39.68 lbs)

2.95 m (9.67 ft)

10.00 m (32.81 ft)

70 mm (2.75 in)


ECP.15-5 - Electric Carbon Pole 15m

Carbon fibre

20.50 kg (45.20 lbs)

3.85 m (12.63 ft)

15.00 m (49.21 ft)

70 mm (2.75 in)


ECP.17-5 - Electric Carbon Pole 17m

Carbon fibre

23.00 kg (50.7 lbs)

4.45 m (14.59 ft)

17.50 m (57.41 ft)

70 mm (2.75 in)


In 2012, Olympia Triumph launched an electric version of their established Wind Up Telescopic Pole. This was developed to meet operational requirements for reduced deployment time as well as improved operator control combined with a manual override system. The mark three Electric Telescopic Pole has many additional benefits compared to the manual Wind Up Telescopic Pole. It provides:

A quicker and more controlled way to deploy Olympia Triumph’s hook and ladder systems.

Improved accuracy: the user only has to stabilise the pole and operate the electric motor control, as opposed to manually winding the handle.

The rocker switch enables the user to extend and lower the pole at the push of a switch. This is a precise function, which offers superior control when extending and retracting the pole. It also makes it easier for the user to attach the hook to the target.

Product features include:

  • Fully electrically operated telescopic pole with integrated manual override.
  • 15m extension achieved in 7 – 8 seconds approx.
  • Waterproof electronic speed control using a 3 way rocker switch. Up – Stop – Down
  • Quick and easy to replace 18v rechargeable battery in waterproof housing.
  • Single battery charge allows for 50 – 65 cycles, full extension and retraction.
  • Supplied with charger and spare battery.
  • IP68 rated to 15 metres for 4 hours
  • Self charges when pole retracts

ETP.10-5CT – Electric Telescopic Pole 10m

Aluminium, carbon fibre

23 kg (50.70 lbs)

2.95 m (9.67ft)

10.00 m (32.81 ft)

70 mm (2.75 in)


ETP.15-5CT – Electric Telescopic Pole 15m

Aluminium, carbon fibre

26.50 kg (58.40 lbs)

3.85 m (12.63 ft)

15.00 m (49.21 ft)

70 mm (2.75 in)


ETP.17-5CT – Electric Telescopic Pole 17m

Aluminium, carbon fibre

28.00 kg (61.70 lbs)

4.45 m (14.59 ft)

17.50 m (57.41 ft)

70 mm (2.75 in)


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