New solar light tower from Atlas Copco

By Belinda Smart08 June 2021

Atlas Copco Power and Flow has launched a new solar-powered LED light tower, the HiLight S2+, described as “a robust alternative to temporary diesel lighting” for rental companies operating in infrastructure, construction projects, mining, oil and gas, and event sites.

Félix Gómez, Atlas Copco Divisional Product Marketing Manager – Light Towers, said the tower offered reliable low emission usage.

“Users can easily accomplish a work shift of 11 hours with the HiLight S2+ reliable light source with hardly any CO2 emissions and noise,” he said.

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