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Buzzline 304 30"x100' Woodpecker Wrap.

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Wrap Up Your Problems!

BUZZLINE® 304 Shield™ stops utility poles from becoming a shelter for woodpeckers or a climbing ladder for squirrels.

Long-lasting, easy to install and much lower than the cost of replacing poles.


BUZZLINE® 304 Shields™ are made from Tenite® – a specially formulated extruded polyethylene. Tenite's smooth surface does not allow animals such as woodpeckers or squirrels to climb and/or perch on wooden poles.

Easy Installation

One lineman, in less than an hour, can prevent woodpecker damage to a new pole or rescue a salvageable pole from destruction and replacement cost.


  • Tenite has a proven life span of over twenty years.
  • "Underlapping" installation of the shield allows the poles to breathe and stay dry.



  • BUZZLINE 304 Shield is made of Tenite – extruded sheet of custom formulated, high-density Polyethylene.
  • High gloss finish.
  • 40 mil thick.

Dielectric Strength

  • 700 Volts per mil
  • Zero Creepage.
  • Tested at 60,000 Volts.


  • Proven for 20+ Years.


  • To the claws of Woodpeckers and Squirrels.
  • Immune to impregnated Creosote.


  • Product is packed and shipped in 30" wide by 100' long rolls.
  • Safe, no sharp cutting edges.
  • One-person Operation.


  • Safe, no sharp cutting edges.
  • One-person installation.
  • Material can easily be cut to size with a linemen's skinning knife.
  • Use shingle nails or staples at 40psi.
  • Edge is flanged and facilitates "underlapping" installation that allows pole aeration.

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Additional Info

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Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Macron Safety


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