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2SHTM-600 Pit Master Solar LED Lighting Tower0 out of 5
2SHTM-600 Pit Master Solar LED Lighting Tower
Solar charged, battery powered, LED lighting towers are designed for applications where exhaust emissions & engine noise are prohibited. Popular applications include; Civil works in residential zones, Film production, events & promotions, emergency situations, roadworks, flammable environments, tunnels & enclosed spaces.
- No Noise
- No Emissions
- No Maintenance
- No Fuel
Available for Dry Hire or Purchase. Please phone on (07) 4842 9800 or CONTACT US for a quote.
ABOUT PIT MASTER OEM
The world’s leading manufacturer of the most powerful Extra Low Voltage LED Lighting Towers available and the only manufacturer that provides a full range of LED Lighting Towers for all applications within the Mining, Industrial and Construction sectors.
The in-house research and development of the Pit Master LED extra low voltage lighting technology and the use of a smaller engine size has been combined to deliver the Pit Master LED Lighting Tower, bringing many demonstrated operational advantages to the end user, including higher levels of safety, reduced fuel burn, lower maintenance costs and increased utilisation levels.
ABOUT OUR LED LIGHTING TOWERS
The Pit Master LED Lighting Towers have undergone rigorous on-ground testing and have been proven to have comparable lighting output to existing metal halide units currently being used within the construction, mining and industrial sectors. Our manufacturing program follows a continuous improvement and development philosophy, while adopting stringent quality processes to ensure that the Pit Master LED Lighting towers comply with all requirements under the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989, OH&S Act 2000, OH&S Regulation 2001 NSW and the Coal Mining Health and Safety Act 1999.
Additional compliances that are included as “Standard issue” on all but the entry towers include:
- MDG15 Compliance– Mobile and transportable equipment for use in mines.
- AS-4242:1994 Compliance– For use in mines / Electrical wiring systems at extra low voltage.
- MDG41 Compliance– Guideline for fluid power system safety at mines December 2010.
- 1 Compliance– Safety of Machinery 2006.
- 1202 Compliance– General principles / technical principles clause 3.
- Mine Site Compliance– Light vehicles and ancillary equipment