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Doosan Bobcat introduces new compact light towers in Middle East

August 30, 2021

Aimed at rental market, new LVL model with 7m high mast offers 220 hours of runtime with a Yanmar engine and is available in both 50 and 60Hz versions

The Portable Power business of Doosan Bobcat has launched the new LVL 50 Hz portable light tower for markets in the Middle East and Africa.

Describing the new model, a statement from Doosan Bobcat said the new LVL light tower is designed for reliability and durability, and is very suitable for the rental market. It has a compact footprint for increased job site mobility and cost-effective transport, and is also available as a 60Hz model.

Applications include lighting for special events, road and bridge construction sites and all general construction applications, as well as providing lighting for emergency and disaster relief, oil & gas drilling and for mining and quarrying locations, said the manufacturer.

“The new LVL 50Hz light tower has a power train based around the Yanmar L48N5 Tier 2 diesel engine. Thanks to a high output alternator, the LVL Light Tower provides light and power with class-leading run-time. The fuel tank capacity allows an extended runtime for the four LED lights of 220 hours (200 hours for the 60Hz version),” said Doosan Bobcat’s statement.

It added that the clamshell-style canopy lifts easily for quick access to service points, ensuring routine maintenance is quick and easy to perform without having to take the machine apart. The mast on the light tower can be raised to a height of 7m and is raised by dual, hand-operated winches and features an automatic safety brake.

As well as light towers for the construction, rental, quarrying and many other industries, the Portable Power range from Doosan Bobcat includes portable compressors and generators aimed at the same markets.

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