How to Light up Temporary & Mobile Job Sites

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Is your job site mobile?

These photos show a Lentry® LED Light Tower (for lighting large job sites or work sites) model 2SPECX lighting a railroad maintenance crew as they moved along the track one night. Operating in Europe, this particular job site light features the Honda EU20i generator, the European equivalent to the EU2000i.

We thank KB Trade GmbH for sharing these pictures! It is difficult to depict in photos just how versatile and bright Lentry Lights are, but these do well.

These photos are shown courtesy of Switzerland dealer KB Trade GmbH. The fine folks there have been taking photos of their Lentry LED Work Light in action as they demonstrate how it solves the temporary power and light needs of industrial clients across Switzerland and Germany.

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Tunnel lit by Lentry LED Worklight 2SPECX
Portable LED worklight illuminates railway maintenance crew
Maintenance crew work light
Mobile LED tower, distant view, maintenance crew.
Truck bed light plant tower improves safety along the railroad tracks
Lentry LED jobsite light tower works from inside the truck bed, view 1
Jobsite light shown raised and lighting crews without removing it from the truck, view 3.
Jobsite light shown raised and lighting crews without removing it from the truck, view 4.
Jobsite light shown raised and lighting crews without removing it from the truck, view 5.
Site lighting using tall LED, model 2SPECX
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Click here to see more photos from customers of Lentry Job Site / Work Site Lighting Systems in action.

Lentry Lights are a good solution for those who work outdoors at night in dynamic environments. Versatile, bright, portable lighting improves safety and working conditions for disaster response and preparedness, railway maintenance, rental companies, rescue and emergency teams, fire and police departments, construction companies, oil and gas exploration, and so on.


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