SV15: Beach Volleyball Pole

SV15: Beach Volleyball Pole

Official Net System of the NCAA Women’s Beach Championship

Beach Volleyball Net System used at the USA Volleyball training facility

Strong, durable weather resistant volleyball pole

Semi-permanent installation

Two-piece sleeve design for easy pole removal

Uses a positive axle Heavy Duty Net Ratchet specifically designed for the SV15 (HDNR-3.5) and is SOLD SEPARATELY

Made in the USA




Description

The SV15 Beach Volleyball Pole features pin-lock height adjustment with 12 permanent net height settings to accommodate Men’s and Women’s net heights as well as shifting sand. The SV-15 Beach Volleyball Pole has a tubular steel lower section with a marine grade primer and powder coated paint to withstand outdoor weather conditions. The upper section is an extruded tubular anodized aluminum. This beach volleyball pole has a semi-permanent installation with the SVA beach volleyball anchor. The SV15 is sold in increments of one (1) and backed by a lifetime performance warranty. To learn more about our other beach volleyball poles, visit our Beach Volleyball product page or contact your regional representative.

*Please note volleyball poles are also commonly referred to as volleyball posts, uprights or standards.

View our Beach Volleyball Net System Set-Up Instructions to learn how to properly set up this equipment.

Specifications

  • Tubular steel lower section
  • Extruded tubular anodized aluminum upper section
  • Weighs 51 pounds
  • Lower section has a 3″ outside diameter
  • Upper section has a 3 ½ ” outside diameter with a 3.050 inside diameter
  • Pole externally telescopes from 7’1″ to 8’2″
  • 12 permanent net height settings
  • Height is maintained using a steel pin
  • UHMW polyethylene pulley wheel
  • Lower section is capped to prevent sand and water from getting into the pole

WARNING: Any athletic activity involves a certain risk of physical injury. This equipment has been designed for improved safety, however, care and supervision are required during the setting up and taking down of this equipment, as well as during play. The entire system should be periodically inspected for components needing replacement or tightening.