Most people who have heard of Ingersoll-Rand typically think of the company as a construction machinery maker. That’s understandable because, beginning with predecessor companies, Ingersoll-Rand has participated in the world’s construction industry since 1871. Now, however, that primary identification of Ingersoll-Rand overlooks the company’s tremendous diversification. To learn more about Ingersoll-Rand and their umbrella of companies.
The LightSource™ portable light tower is equipped with four 1000-watt metal halide lamps in a NEMA 6 design for large area coverage. Aluminum reflector housings and tempered impact-resistant, twist-lock connections provide protection and increased durability. The tower is designed for easy extension with dual, hand-operated winches with a patented automatic safety brake. The 3-section telescoping mast extends 12-30 feet and can be retracted and stowed horizontally for travel. With the outriggers extended and all jacks down, the LightSource™ can withstand winds up to 65 mph.