TowerLight hybrid lighting tower scoops Speedy awards double

By Sarah Ann McCay19 November 2012

TowerLight director Paul Hay (centre) accepts the awards from Speedy’s Steve Palmer (right)

TowerLight director Paul Hay (centre) accepts the awards from Speedy’s Steve Palmer (right)

TowerLight scooped two awards at Speedy Hire's recent national conference and supply chain event, both for its VB9ECO Hybrid Battery lighting tower.

The VB9ECO Hybrid Battery lighting tower, which utilises LED lighting with advanced battery systems and auto light sensing technology, was recognised in both the Innovation and Environmental categories.

Entitled T2 VIP live, the Speedy national conference and supply chain event took place at the Telford International Centre and was attended by 1000 Speedy customers and 180 suppliers.

The VB9-ECO LED Battery Hybrid features a hybrid battery/diesel system with auto charging technology. The set runs on 90% battery power and 10% fuel. The battery is automatically recharged via a low battery monitor system, combining eight hours battery power and eight hours generator usage.

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