Keep on Track at convention with Generac | Mobile Products
As part of its 2017/18 lighting season, Generac Tower Light will further strengthen its lighting tower portfolio for rail and infrastructure teams with the development of three new compact mobile lighting towers, ideal for track side maintenance and infrastructure projects.
Details of all products will be available with show demo models at this year’s convention, at the Ricoh Arena, 11th and 12th October.
Andy Thompson, UK Sales Manager said: “UK and Northern Ireland infrastructure is undergoing significant transformation and its vital that hirers look to source more versatile and compact lighting now to ensure they receive products which are sustainable, economical and fit for purpose.
“Lighting is a vital piece of kit for any project during autumn and winter yet it is often the last piece of plant to be considered in the project planning phase. So many times, we have visited sites and the specified lighting does not offer the best solution for the project and often compromises on the quality and on rare occasions, the safety.
“Lighting is essential not only to meet health and safety regulation but also to ensure projects are delivered on time and in budget."
“This year we have segmented our ranges into three clearly defined product tiers, Hybrid, Mobile and Stationary. The tiers feature models which provide hirers and end users the ease to specify the best solution and products for their needs.”
To provide road and rail teams with the most comprehensive range of mobile lighting solutions, Generac will also be able to discuss other models including its V20 tower light, designed to celebrate Generac Tower Light’s 20th anniversary in the industry and launched in early February.
The V20 from Generac Tower Light blends sleek, contemporary Italian design with powerful performance, and robust structure.
During the product design and production process the Generac Tower Light team focused on creating and manufacturing a product with extremely low fuel consumption and low carbon emissions, improved visibility and access for service.
The gull-winged doors, not only give this lighting tower an iconic and exclusive look but are practical, to give compactness, allowing 13 machines to be transported to site, and provide complete access to the engine for easy maintenance, whilst the back door provides access to the control panel.
The V20 is an ideal machine suited to infrastructure projects and urban construction as its one of the quietest lighting towers on the market, with just 58 dB(A) at 7-metres noise level. The V20 can also offer up to 180 hours of operation by harnessing fuel efficiency from the Kubota engine and efficient LED lamp heads.