Designed for use on heavy construction sites and mines, our range of lighting towers provide rugged power and performance that you can rely on. No matter if you require 10 lighting towers or 300 lighting towers, we can meet your project needs.
Our mine spec lighting towers for rental produce the best light output, giving you the brightest light for your site. The high illuminating capacity makes our models perfect for hard environments like mining areas.
Meeting mine specifications is no issue for Lighting Towers Australia. We have met the strictest of requirements and ensure that many of our models are compact to travel, fitted with heavy duty framing and have an IP rating above 65 to ensure control panels and wiring is enclosed safely from fine dust and other materials. Our lighting towers also feature heavy duty dual axles and full hydraulics designed for the mining industry.
The light on our robust lighting towers is produced through latest LED lighting technology that can last many years beyond halogen. LED lighting not only produces the brightest light for the lifespan of the unit but is also more fuel efficient to run, saving on operating costs. No matter what your requirements are, Lighting Towers Australia can supply you with the latest technology and cost savings on the market.
Our lighting towers for hire have been designed to work in the harshest environments and are built to withstand extreme weather from the Australian climates from tropical weather to the iron ore mines in excess of 58 degrees in the desert.
Operating in the harsh conditions can occasionally cause breakdowns to happen. We understand that time is money, therefore we have experienced service technicians around the country available 24/7 that can repair lighting towers to get you back to work as soon as possible.
Transporting your portable lighting towers is made easy with our internal transport division, Tilt Trays and Low loaders, to ensure that your lighting towers get to site safely and on time.
Get a quote for our mine spec lighting towers today.