Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment’s CPLT V5+ offers four LED lamps that are 350 watts each. With a 28-gallon fuel tank, the new light tower is capable of 150 hours of operation with all four lamps before refueling. A Kubota EPA Tier 4 Final engine powers the four high performing LED lights that offer visibility up to seven acres. Other features include wide wing doors that allow 100 percent service access to the machine, including service components and drains. An environmentally friendly frame design prevents oil, fluids and fuel from leaking out and contaminating the ground. The polyethylene canopy suppresses sound at 63 dB(A).
The LSC portable light tower features a Kubota D1005 engine. This 1,800-rpm water-cooled diesel engine meets EPA Tier 4-Final emission regulations. The power rating of the LSC is 6 kilowatts with the utilization of a high output alternator. This voltage allows operators to illuminate the unit’s four 1,000-watt metal halide floodlights or light emitting diode (LED) lamps and utilize the receptacle power function simultaneously. Integrated hinges on the street-side provide easy access to the control panel and all interior general maintenance components. The LSC also features a large fuel tank for an extended runtime of 55 hours. The LSC portable light tower is available with standard metal halide floodlights or optional LED lamps.
The PLT240 LINKTower is powered by a standard 120V outlet. Being shore-powered means the light tower can be used safely, indoors and out, with zero localized emissions. Users can link two LINKTowers together on a single 120V outlet. This enables a great deal of versatility in lighting job sites and events. And because this light tower does not have an internal engine, it is silent; making it ideal for entertainment and other special events and job sites where sound is a consideration. LINKTower’s retractable handles and a third caster wheel allows it to be maneuvered by one person, and it fits through a standard doorway. The modular design of the Generac LED lights means individual modules will still continue to operate even after taking on significant damage.
General Equipment’s Tower Light is an inflatable, temporary lighting solution designed for use in lighting both large and confined areas. A cylindrical load-bearing nylon tower is inflated with constant air pressure delivered by an integral blower system. The units can be installed and ready for operation in approximately one minute with no special tools or additional components. Operational heights of 7.5, 10 and 14 feet provide 360-degree, diffused, glare-free illumination while minimizing shadows. The tower remains inflated even with minor cuts or perforations. Tower Lights are designed for indoor/outdoor use and can operate from readily available 115 VAC, 60 Hz electrical power sources or self-contained, gasoline engine-powered generator systems for remote site applications.
Wacker Neuson’s LTV series features an extended 750-hour service interval. A compact body design and vertical mast allows for more units to be transported on a single trailer; 18 units will fit on a 48-foot flatbed truck. The LTV6 is offered with the choice of a 12.2-horsepower Kohler engine or a 13.1-horsepower Kubota engine. Both units are available with a 6-kW Mecc Alte generator. The LTV6 and LTV8 models can be set up quickly and run for more than 95 hours of lighting time with a 45 gallon fuel tank. The adjustable vertical mast extends 23 feet and can rotate 360 degrees. The ground level mast rotator provides for faster light positioning.
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