Telescoping Light Tower

Larson Electronics LLC

December 8, 2017 - Products

Larson Electronics' new towable mobile light tower is equipped with a water-cooled diesel engine. This telescoping tower is ideal for emergency services in large scale operations such as construction, mining and industrial sites.

The WCDE-4X15M-8KW-MHL is a self-contained towable light tower that produces enough light to illuminate up to eight acres. Four 1,500-watt metal halide lamps produce a total of 600,000 lumens in a wide flood light pattern, and are mounted on a telescoping light mast that can be raised to 30 feet, making this mobile light tower ideal for emergency operations.

The telescoping boom is constructed of galvanized steel, which is resistant to rust and corrosion from unpredictable outdoor weather. The boom can withstand 65 mph winds at maximum mast height with stabilizing outriggers deployed.

This portable self-contained light tower features key-operated starting, automatic safety shutoffs for low oil pressure and high temperature, and duel fuel filters and drain ports that can be easily accessed for maintenance.

This powerful unit can run for up to 50 hours straight without refueling thanks to a 30 gallon tank, making this light plant ideal for remote locations and emergency service situations, where traditional power sources are not reliable, or available. The entire rig is mounted on a trailer with a 3,500-lb. leaf spring axle and three 3,000-lb. adjustable leveling jacks for easy and reliable towing from site to site.

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