Lighting tower on show as Morris powers ahead

By Steve Ducker23 April 2015

Morris Site Machinery is viewing Intermat as a chance to strengthen its international business links.

As a result the company is exhibiting its SMC TL-90 LED lighting tower, the first of its kind in the UK.

The tower light has five 240 watt LED lamps and a 1500 rpm Kubota water cooled engine. With a low noise level, the machine runs from mains power via a changeover switch. Alternatively three towers can be linked to run from one engine consecutively, offering almost 400 hours of use.

Described by the company as one of the most economical of its kind on the market, the TL-90 LED uses 50% less fuel than a standard lighting tower.

Managing Director, Phil Winnington, said: “Intermat provides an excellent opportunity for us to strengthen our existing international business links through networking and meeting with key decision makers in the infrastructure and construction industries.”

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