Morris shows its Halo

By Joe Malone18 October 2017

Morris Site Machinery has launched its latest innovation from its SMC TL90 lighting tower range, which it claims is a game-changer in the industry.


The model, known as Halo, delivers 360° of light at 1,200W, diffused from four 300W LED quadrants.

The company said it designed the product to provide an even spread of light with an anti-glare diffuser, capable of operating in extreme conditions. Halo is suitable for roadsides and motorways, as well as airports, quarries, car parks and trackside lighting.

Each of the four segments are mounted onto a steel frame with each quadrant comprising three 100W high-power LED modules. The quadrant diffuser is built from a tough high performance LLDPE material, similar to that used in highway products like road safety cones, and creates a bright, anti-glare, even spread of light, said the company.

Launched officially at the Showman’s Show in the UK, on Wednesday 18 October, Phil Winnington, international sales director, Morris Site Machinery, said, “We are excited and proud of this new product which will take the onsite lighting market to new levels. It will deliver game-changing benefits and improved performance.

“The Halo is like nothing seen before. It represents the future of anti-glare lighting and promises to improve working conditions for users, which is so important to the industry.

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