Morris Site Machinery’s latest product, the SMC TL-90 DC-ELV, is one of the most efficient extra low voltage mobile lighting towers on the market.
The company specified the reliable Perkins 402D-05G engine for its new compact lighting tower for three key reasons.
It offered excellent 500 hour service intervals, was fuel efficient (0.68 litres per hour) and was already a proven installation in the Australian market which Morris Site Machinery is targeting as part of its global growth strategy.
Morris Site Machinery states the mobile tower light is easy to transport and features four 300W powerful LED lamp heads giving directional, clear and crisp light with a spread of up to 100 metres. It is super silent and offers up to 165 hours of uninterrupted operation.
It also has advanced safety features including automatic mast descent when the handbrake is released, central lifting eye and accessible lashing down points for ease of loading at ground level.
To date, the new model has already attracted interest Down Under as Morris Site Machinery has supplied 100 to Coates Hire, the largest equipment rental hire company in Australia.
“We are delighted with the early impact the SMC TL-90 DC-ELV has made and we are expecting further significant interest. We provide innovative and efficient, quality products to a range of sectors from rail, utilities and construction to events, TV and film. Our mission is to work with key suppliers to form strategic partnerships that long term support our innovations and new product development. This means we can deliver the latest technical innovations and the most robust and efficient products to the markets we serve.”
See the Perkins powered SMC TL-90 DC-ELV at Bauma 2016 on the Morris Site Machinery stand 227/K in the CEA UK Pavilion or visit www.morrismachinery.co.uk for more information.