Allmand sells 75,000th light tower

By Sarah Ann McCay07 January 2014

Senior management from Allmand and Wagner Rents at the delivery of Allmand's 75,000th tower light

Senior management from Allmand and Wagner Rents at the delivery of Allmand's 75,000th tower light

US manufacturer Allmand saw its 75,000th light tower roll off the production line and get delivered to Wagner Rents, the CAT rental store in Denver, Colorado, earlier this month.

The light tower was a Mine Spec II. A special gold serial number plate was made for the light tower by a local jeweller and was presented to Wagner Rents at the Allmand vendor, customer, and employee golf tournament.

The Mine Spec II light tower features include six 1250-watt SHO-HD metal halide light fixtures, a fire extinguisher, wheel chocks, a low fuel warning light, and a secondary fixture retention system to provide additional safety on the work site. Other features include a two-stage air filter, exhaust shield and muffler wrap, as well as fan and belt guards.

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