This pole is a non-removable pole manufactured to the highest standards in the pole industry.
For professional use in pole dance studios, gyms, and other places with a ceiling height of more than 4200mm/13'9.35'' (the recommended maximum ceiling height is 4700mm/15'5.04'').
The lower bearing system and the upper bearing system must be securely fastened.
The lower pole storage system is fully compatible with other STUDIO poles and can be ordered with Lupit Pole PRO Lock (quick-lock system) or in a standard configuration.
Two different top mounts are available: truss mount (in case you have a truss structure in your studio).
Ceiling mount (in case you have a classic ceiling in your studio).
The pole has been tested under extreme conditions: Safety, Materials, and Mechanical construction.
When you purchase a pole for your home, your ceiling must meet the following requirements.
- the construction of the ceiling must be made of concrete or
- the construction of the ceiling must be additionally reinforced
- the floor-to-ceiling height must be up to 4200m/13´78¨
- Spinning and static mode
- Continuous smooth pole, one-piece pole
- Upper Disc Flex System absorbs bending force and distributes it evenly
- Available in 45mm diameter
- Made to measure for maximum ceiling heights up to 4700mm/15'5.04''
- The top disc must be fixed to the ceiling and drilled into the floor
- Stainless steel construction
New improved polishing - higher grip on all poles
- Highly polished 45mm pole with integrated AVFAS™.
- Lower disc with bearing unit
- Upper disc with bearing unit
- Tools and screws for assembly
Before purchasing, make sure you have measured the height of the floor to the ceiling in the location where you plan to place the pole. This will avoid frustration when installing the pole, as you will have the proper extensions (if needed) to reach your desired height.
The pole is fully compatible with other PRO poles and can be ordered with LUPIT POLE QUICK LOCK™ (quick-lock system) or in a standard configuration. For quick assembly/disassembly of the poles, the LUPIT POLE CART must be used.
For quick assembly/disassembly of the poles, the LUPIT POLE CART must be used.
Custom products have custom shipping cost. Please write us at SALES@LUPITPOLE.COM and claim you custom order.
Frequently asked questions
Mark the correct position of the lower disc and monitor the drifting
Clean the lower disc rubber surface with nitro diluent 900 to refresh the stickiness to the floor If necessary increase the tension to the floor by adding 1-2 extension rings to the bottom part.
Yes, QL Pro is fully compatible and exchangeable with all versions of lower bearing systems used with LP PRO and LP Studio Champion poles.
The replacement takes only a minute.
Depends on coating:
Stainless steel and Chrome poles can be cleaned with a cotton cloth and Nitro diluent 900, or pure alcohol or water and then wiped with dry cotton or microfibre cloth.
Powder-coated parts should be cleaned only with pure alcohol or water and then wiped with dry cotton or microfibre cloth.
Make sure you do not use glass cleaners, especially if they contain the Ammonium Hydroxide Cleaning Agent
Cleaning of the rubber surface on discs is also very important. Use pure alcohol for regular cleaning and nitro diluent 900 for refreshing the surface to be stickier.
We do not recommend LP Classic to be used in the studio on competitions.
This pole is made of many segments and its structure needs more attention and care.
For professional use, we designed LP PRO and LP STUDIO CHAMPION poles which are custom made for different ceiling heights.
LP PRO is also a pressure pole and it was designed for studios to have a possibility to install and take away poles in just a few seconds. This system works on most of the floor-ceiling combinations.
The pole must be in a straight vertical position. The water level should be used.
Remeasure the ceiling height and check if the pole has been ordered according to this height. If the ceiling is too high extra extension ring should be added on a lower bearing to extend the pole. Sufficient pressure must be applied between the ceiling and the floor.
When the pole is just shaken with hands without applying bodyweight, normally, it can be moved.
When doing the turns the body weight adds to the spring load and weight of the pole, all that represents the downforce which increases the friction between the floor and rubber on the lower disc.
It is important to clean the rubber surface and the floor regularly using cleaning pure alcohol. If that will not help, we will send you 3d stickers which are used for marking the position of the pole and sometimes to prevent movement if the floor is slippery.
If the poles are still moving after doing all this, then we recommend using our permanent mount solution.