Allows light to be adjusted to suit any sports application including a 360° light pattern.
Integrated manual winch with automatic safety brake
The slack rope safety system automatically detects when the winch rope is not correctly tensioned and prevents the user from continuing to operate the winch in the mast lowering direction. This helps to protect the user from potentially unsafe operating conditions and also protects the wire rope and winch from damage.
No need to lower mast to turn luminaries on and off. Instant power off should an electrical problem occur.
Independently adjustable legs
Rapid to deploy, Independently adjustable legs. Designed to enable maximum stability when deployed on any sports pitch.
Built in level gauge
Reduces set-up time and allows the operator to ensure that the mast is setup correctly and safely.
Fork lift pockets and tie down points
For safe and fast handling, loading and unloading at storage depots and work sites.
Automatic mast safety and stowage lock
Helps prevent mast from being raised until legs are deployed and secures mast for transport.
Automatic mast safety interlock system
Market leading, double pin safety locking system ensures that the mast is automatically and safely mechanically locked in all positions when raising the mast. This system also acts as a “dead man’s handle” for safe lowering of the mast.
One person deployment system
Even on uneven rugby pitches, enabling use in a much wider range of applications than other lighting towers. Compact to store and transport. Will fit through standard size door enabling wider options for storage.
Low pressure footprint
Low pressure footprint with non-marking base. Optimum stability with minimum ground impact. Ideal for deployment on impressionable ground surfaces.
Unique parallel mast design
Allows the mast sections to slide past each other and the light head assembly to be fully retracted and stowed at the base of the unit. The centre of gravity is very low with the weight perfectly balanced over the wheels for easy and safe handling even on difficult terrain.
Low centre of gravity for safe handling on site
Typical telescopic mast designs do not allow the light heads to be retracted below approx 2m height for transportation and positioning on site. This results in either having to remove the light heads or in a high centre of gravity making positioning and handling difficult and potentially unsafe, especially on uneven surfaces.