General Order 95
Joint Poles or Poles Jointly Used
A. Antennas and supporting elements below supply lines shallmaintain a vertical clearance of 6 feet from Supply Conductors operating at 0 – 50kV. (See Figure 94-1)
B. Antennas and supporting elements below communication lines shall maintain a 2 ft. vertical separation from communication conductors and equipment. (See Figure 94-1)
C. Antennas, associated equipment (e.g. terminations, enclosures) and support elements installed above supply lines and/or communication lines of different ownership attached to the same structure shall maintain the vertical clearances specified in Rule 38, Table 2, Case 21, Columns A - H.
Note: Other vertical clearances between communication equipment and supply lines are specified in Rule 92.1-F(2).
D. Antennas, associated equipment (e.g. terminations, enclosures) and support elements, installed above supply lines and/or communication lines of different ownership, shall maintain the radial clearances from unattached supply and communication lines specified in Rule 38, Table 2, Case 3.
E. Antennas shall maintain a 2 ft.horizontal clearance from centerline of pole when affixed between supply and communication lines or below communication lines. (See Figure 94-1)
F. Horizontal clearances from centerline of the pole for Antennas, associated equipment and support elements, affixed between supply lines or at the top of a climbable pole, are not specified, but must be arranged so that the pole may be climbed safely.
G. Antennas shall have a vertical clearance above ground as specified in Rule 37, Table 1, Column B, Cases 1 -6a. (See Figure 94-1)