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Lighting equipment developed by Shrewsbury firm

Light and power supplier Morris Site Machinery has developed a static eight-metre lighting tower that offers a neat and highly transportable new option for the industry.

The company is launching the SL80 Pallet light to give the market a new option, enabling an impressive 22 units to be loaded onto a Euro trailer due to its compact footprint.

The model allows multiple specification options to bring real flexibility and customisation to the sector and can be supplied with either a Perkins or Kubota engine.

With the Perkins 403D-07G engine, it has a run time of 246 hours and 4 x 300W LEDs delivering over 150,000 lumens. The Kubota Z482 engine has a run time of 265 hours.

The SL80 Pallet can also be fitted with the company’s new Halo lamp head, a powerful, anti-glare next generation lamp. The Pallet light has been created with end user ease in mind; there is no need to open any panels to deploy stability legs through its design.

Richard Denholm, sales director at Morris Site Machinery, said: “We are always looking to develop new products to meet market needs and provide top class solutions.  The SL80 Pallet light is further evidence of our continued drive for innovation.”

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