MHM Plant invests in Trime towers

By Leila Steed11 July 2019

MHM Plant has expanded its rental fleet with the addition of 500 Trime X-Eco lighting towers. 

Trime X-ECO LED lighting tower units

Trime X-Eco LED lighting tower units

The company, which operates a rehire service for other rental firms in the UK and Ireland, procured the units to replenish and upgrade its fleet after disposing of its outdated VT1 lighting units.

The X-Eco LED lamps are fitted with the AMOSS safety system and, according to the manufacturer, can work for up to 2,000 hours without replacement.

The lighting model also features a fully bunded fuel tank, four height adjustable stabilisers and site levels for guidance during deployment.

Paul Hay, Trime UK Managing Director, said, “We are delighted that MHM Plant has chosen our X-Eco LED units. This is a significant investment from MHM Plant and demonstrates their commitment in our products.”

MHM Plant also invested in Trime’s X-Solar Hybrid lighting towers, which emit 2,000m2 of light coverage, zero noise and zero emissions, and a standalone X-Pole solar powered light.

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