Towerlight VT – 1

VT – 1

The VT-1 is very quiet and ideally suited for use at outdoor events, yet burly enough to stand up to the harshness of modern construction sites. The transportation of the VT-1 is cost effective – its unique design means that a transport firm can deliver up to ten sets on one standard 12m vehicle.

The VT-1 can be fitted to a road tow undercarriage with approved certification for transportation in the UK, Holland, Belgium, France and Germany.

The highly successful, award winning, VT-1 has been a massive seller worldwide, lighting up construction sites and outside events, throughout Europe, Australasia, South Africa and the Middle East. The VT-1 has whisper quiet noise levels (just 65 dBA at 7 m) and a long run fuel tank, which makes it ideally suited for outside events, site lighting in construction and highway contracts, as well as for mines, car parks, industrial sites, airports, warehouses and pedestrian areas at public events. It is also ideal for providing proper illumination in civil protection situations.

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Floodlights : 4 X 1000 W metal halide

Close dimension: 3400 x 1550 x 2330 mm

Open dimension: 3450 x 1850 x 9000 mm

Weight: 1115 Kg

Technical Specifications - VT-1

  • Maximum height 9m
  • Galvanized telescopic mast
  • 4 x Height adjustable galvanized stabilizers
  • Hydraulic lifting system
  • 340 degree mast rotation by hand
  • Certified wind proof up to 80Km/h
  • Electrical coiled cable contained inside
  • On/Off switches one for each lamp
  • 4 floodlights 1000 W metal halide (JM version)
  • 4 floodlights 1000 W halogen (AL version)
  • Lamps complete with bulb
  • For simple maintenance electrical device for floodlights placed at base of tower
  • In case of damage to hydraulic system, safety manual pump enables lowering of the tower
  • Structure assembled on slow trailer not homologated
  • 116 litres long run fuel tank
  • Bunded tank to avoid fuel spillage on the ground
  • Central lifting hook

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