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Mission Statement:  Our mission is to provide state of the art polyurethane backfills and service to Electrical providers globally to improve the performance of their Transmission and Distribution networks so they can deliver reliable, adequate and affordable electrical service to their customers.
Brief HistoryFor more than 40 years, Utility Structural Systems and it's parent companies have been dedicated to helping the electric utility industry make the “wires” portion of their companies become more reliable. In today’s deregulated environment, system reliability has become vitally important for each utility.

With Poleset, we brought you the first polyurethane foam for setting and straightening utility poles of all types. Poleset was initially a standard backfill foam but with the combined efforts of Utility Structural Systems and utility field personnel we realized something more was needed. We again revolutionized the industry by bringing to market the industry’s only water-insensitive polyurethane backfill. Poleset had taken an enormous step forward in research. Never before had the industry been exposed to such a product. In 1989, Utility Structural Systems took another giant step forward by developing the first CFC-Free polyurethane backfill system for the utility market. With these major improvements Utility Structural Systems changed the name of the product from Poleset, to POLY-SET®.

We are now proud to bring you POLY-GROUND®
.  Utility Structural Systems has again led the industry in supplying the first electrically conductive polyurethane backfill for setting poles and ground rods. It was almost four years in the making, and is ready for you to use to enhance you system grounding and reliability.


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Corporate Office:  P.O. Box 200172 ˇ Arlington, TX  76006

Houston Office:  8720 Tavenor Ln. ˇ Houston, TX  77075 ˇ voice: 800-367-9273 ˇ fax: 713-991-1737

Site Last Modified: February 14, 2012