Input span lengths, line angles, wire sizes, and equipment on the canvas. When coming from IKE Office Pro or GIS, simply import the data.
Determine if the poles provide safe clearances over terrain, driveways, roadways, waterways, and railways using built in tools.
Perform loading calculations to determine pole strength utilization and compliance with NESC safety requirements.
Get an introduction to PoleForeman, the simple way to build 3D models of aerial infrastructure, perform detailed analysis, and measure clearances.
No more “rule-of-thumb” engineering or obsolete “cheat sheets”. IKE Structural makes the load calculations simple and efficient.
Don’t fall into the trap of believing just because it works, it meets the code. The only way to know is to perform a pole load analysis.
Create pole load consistency across your workforce with our custom-configured database built to your company’s specifications.
Want to reduce outages and restoration times? Use IKE Structural to design your system for extreme weather conditions such as wind and ice load cases.
With today’s increased legal liability and the sharing of pole space between multiple companies, it is more important than ever to know you have the correct utility pole length and class.
Perform pole loading analysis on either Grade B or Grade C construction.
NESC requires heavy, medium, and light loading for all poles. The location of the pole determines which load case is required.
NESC requires poles 60+ feet above ground to withstand winds up to 150 mph. Also used for hardening feeders to improve system resiliency, restoration times, and reliability indices.
Weather loading that provides geographic ice and wind loadings based on historical meteorological data. Ice loads can reach 1.50 Inches with wind speeds up to 60 mph.