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Larson sheds some light with five-stage light mast


November 11, 2014
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Nov. 11, 2014 –
Industrial lighting specialist Larson
Electronics has released a 4,000-watt skid-mount five-stage
electric light mast.
The tower features a rotating boom that allows for 360 degrees
of rotation, a removable mast head, and a cube frame with skid pockets with four-corner pick eyes for easy transportation.

 larsonlight

Nov. 11, 2014 –
Industrial lighting specialist Larson
Electronics has released a 4,000-watt skid-mount five-stage
electric light mast.

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The tower features a rotating boom that allows for 360 degrees
of rotation, a removable mast head, and a cube frame with skid pockets with four-corner pick eyes for easy transportation.


The LM-30-8-5S-4X1000W-EW-SM-RD five stage
telescoping light mast with electric winch
is
designed to quickly and safely deploy 4,000 watts of intense lighting in
locations where elevated illumination is needed for maximum area coverage. This
mast is equipped with four 1,000-watt metal halide lamps that produce a wide
spread of intense lighting, allowing this unit to effectively cover large work
areas with high quality illumination.


This light boom can be extended to 30’
for maximum area coverage, collapsed to 8.83’ and is constructed of square
steel tubing in different dimensions for each section. The mast is elevated
using an included 3,500 lbs. electric winch with 3/16” galvanized braided
cable. The light heads on this tower are wet area suitable high output metal
halide fixtures that produce a combined total of approximately 440,000 lumens
at 4,000 watts. These lamps have 19” reflectors and are constructed of aluminum
with a clear tempered glass lens which is secured into place with a heavy duty
gasket and single ring lock. These floodlights produce a wide flood light
pattern capable of illuminating approximately five acres.


The thirty-foot tower and assembly is
powder coated with a glossy blue finish for corrosion resistance and aesthetics.
The mast is bolted onto a 1/8” thick carbon steel plate via six 1/2” anchor
bolts. The mast and controls are secured within a cube-style frame constructed
of 2” by 2” by 1/8” thick and measuring 48” wide by 48” long by 53” tall. Four
4’ slide out outriggers with 1,200 lbs. manual crank leveling jacks allow
operators to anchor the unit down, providing stability during deployment. Eight
skid pockets allow this unit to be picked up from all four sides, and
four-corner eyelets allow for stable deployment via crane operation. A 50” wide
and 2” by 2” by ¼” thick mounting plate is attached to the upper section of the
mast which provides a strong and stable platform for the four LED fixtures.


“This new design of our already popular
light masts provides operators with a more mobile solution of lighting,” said
Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectornics.com, in a press release. “We have incorporated a cube frame
with skid pockets so that these masts can stand alone versus mounting them to a
stable foundation.” 


www.larsonelectronics.com , 1-800-369-6671, 1-214-616-6180 (international inquiries)


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