Lighting Towers – Perfect Solution for Industrial Lighting

Lighting Towers – Perfect Solution for Industrial Lighting

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Product Knowledge 20, Jan, 2016

A lighting tower is a piece of mobile equipment which has one or more high-intensity electric lamps and a mast. Almost always, the lights are attached to the mast, which is attached to a trailer with a generator set to power the lamps. Normally the lamps are metal halide bulbs and the generator is powered by a diesel engine.

Lighting towers are used in various applications such as Construction, Emergency Services, Mining, Military Bases, Motion Picture Production, Concerts, sport or agricultural sectors and many more.

Portable lighting towers are used in various industrial sectors that often involve demanding and challenging night time operations in order to complete their projects on or before the scheduled time. Most of the time, workers are required to work under low lit outdoor environments and also poorly lit indoor environments, making their work more tedious, tricky and hard.

The main benefit of Lighting Towers is that you can easily transport and install them in any craggy and hard-to-reach landscape. Your work site can be provided with bright and uninterrupted illumination than any other resources, and your workers are safe at work site. You can easily monitor your work area and light towers are working with minimum maintenance.

Juno Enterprises FZE offers a full line of Arbor lighting towers that are built with professional-grade reliability and durability while meeting your illumination needs: special events, road and bridge construction, emergency and disaster relief, general construction, oil and gas work. If you need more information about light towers feel free to contact us and our experts will guide you.

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