Guadua Poles

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This construction-grade tropical Colombian bamboo is perfect for a vast array of projects: restaurant interiors, ornamental garden features, erosion control (and anything in-between).

Guadua Bamboo - One of the strongest bamboos in the world

With minimal tapering, this customer favourite is best used where strength and consistency are paramount.
Please note: The Guadua Poles have a hole pierced through each node.

For FAQs, please download the specification sheet.

Key Features:

  • Our most premium bamboo pole.
  • Strong and sustainable material.
  • Variety of lengths available to suit your project.

 

 

 

Description

Discount Structure - UK BambooConsidered by some to be one of the strongest bamboo in the world (giving the giant grass the nickname ‘green steel’), this construction grade pole has a tropical look with no end of uses such as erosion control / landscaping / garden / crafts / ornamental projects, and much more.
This is premium pole is imported directly from sustainably managed forests in Colombia. With minimal tapering, in comparison to other species of bamboo, Guadua is the perfect solution for projects requiring uniformity, strength and quality.

Choose a length & diameter by clicking the dropdown list, selecting the quantity and then adding to basket.
Find out more about the strength of Guadua here.
For custom sizing, please contact us

Additional information

Weight 12 kg
Dimensions N/A
Diameter

80/100mm

Cut

5.8m pole, 1 x 4m + 1 x 1.8m, 1 x 3m + 1 x 2.8m, 2 x 2m + 1 x 1.8m, 5 x 1m + 1 x 0.8m

PLEASE NOTE: The diameter stated is measured at the widest end of the cane. Due to the way in which bamboo is grown and cut, it is normal for the canes to taper; whilst most canes will only taper down by a few millimetres, they can taper up to 60% in extreme cases. Each pole is expected to be within +/-20% of the range diameter it is sold in. Bamboo is a natural product and is subject to cracking, splitting & discolouration, none of which will affect its structural properties