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Allmand Night Light Pro 2 (NL PRO II) 30 Foot Light Tower – Vertical Mast

Light Up Your Worksite With the Most Reliable 30 Foot Light Towers In the Industry.

Here’s what Allmand has brought to the table with their new NLP II V-Series light towers:

  1. Vertical tower cable encased in Nycoil™ flexible tubing eliminates tangling and stretching while protecting the mast wiring from cuts and abrasions
  2. SHO-HD parallel lamp fixtures provide more lumens per fixture than competitive light towers
  3. Gull-wing style doors allow easy access to all major service components in the enclosure, resist impact damage, and will not rust
  4. Full fluid containment system holds up to 110% of the fuel and engine oil capacity to protect sensitive environments from inadvertent leaks and spills
  5. Forklift pockets and lifting eye allow for easy loading and unloading of up to sixteen units on a flatbed truck
  6. 30 gallon polyethylene fuel tank eliminates contamination from rust and corrosion commonly associated with metal tanks and provides up to 65 hours of continuous operation
  7. Four-point outrigger system provides enhanced stability in windy conditions

NIGHT-LITE PRO II™ V-Series®

30 Foot Light Tower Rentals at Interstate Rentals!

Engine:

Kohler KDW 1003 13.4 hp | 7.5 kW generator

Starting:

12 volt electric; glow plug cold starting system

Fuel Capacity:

30 gallon (114 L)

Operating Time:

Up to 65 hrs without refueling

Lighting:

4-1250 watt SHO-HD metal halide fixtures

Initial output of 150,000 lumens per lamp (600,000 total)

Tower:

25 ft., six-section (7.62 m) hydraulically actuated tower

Power cable encased in Nycoil™ flexible tubing

Trailer:

Formed, welded steel frame

Adjustable height combination 2 in. (50 mm) ball, 3 in. (75 mm) pintle towing hitch

Gull-wing style, lockable molded poly lift-up access doors

Stop / turn / tail lights

Forklift pockets and lifting eye

Tie down rings

Fluid containment system

Stabilizers:

Four-point design | Remains operational in wind gusts up to 65 mph (105 kph)