Liberty Equipment Hire are excited to announce we have now purchased our first fleet of light towers which are ready for hire! We think this is a great addition to Liberty Equipment Hire equipment rentals and will be great for our clients to hire and use for their projects, roadworks, events and promotions.
These light towers are perfect for events or night time road-works which Liberty Equipment are known to help businesses with. The amount of light these towers produce is fantastic and it is a quality piece of equipment to hire.
These light towers are a PR 8000 which is designed with a high level of precision and quality.
The PR 8000 has some great features:
- 24,500 meters squared approx. illuminated area
- Class 2 electrical rated lamps
- PR Power Auto Controller
- Audible alarms when raising and lowering mast & hydraulic legs
- Certified stability to 110km/h
- Mast safety – no crush points
- Fully bunded to contain spills
- 4x hydraulic stabiliser legs for added stability and safety
- Long range 180 litre fuel tank
- Forklift pockets and lifting points
- + More!
Interested in hiring light towers or finding out more? Get in touch with us!
Our equipment is perfect for businesses who want to improve their traffic control or promote themselves and stand out from the crowd! From our VMS boards, arrow boards, light towers, event support, traffic lights and more, we provide safe and reliable equipment at competitive prices. We supply equipment to an array of clients from traffic control companies for road and rail works, to local businesses for advertising purposes. We also support local councils in crowd control and event management, for festivals and events. We have a passion to satisfy our clients and offer 24 hour friendly and professional support to all our clients.
“Working with our clients is important, we understand that at times we will need to work outside the usual scope to help our clients succeed but if we work together I am sure we can build a business relationship that will benefit both parties”
Richie Heathcote – Director.