Allmand Bros., Inc. Introduces New Light Towers And Towable Heater At ARA Show 2020
"The new, compact GR-Series light towers offer customers the flexibility of several powertrain options, including air-cooled diesel, gasoline or a towable chain unit, and further expands our portfolio of leading job site and special event lighting solutions," says
Show attendees will have the opportunity to see the new Night-Lite™ GR-Series light tower, which is designed to be a compact work horse on the job site. The air-cooled
"We're excited to be among the first to offer an air-cooled diesel engine powered light tower, which reduces maintenance, lowers total cost of ownership and increases uptime," said Westwater.
In addition to the engine powered units, Allmand is also launching a simpler, lighter and lower cost GR-Series Chain light tower. The towable chain unit is easy to deploy and maneuver. Offering flexible power, it works with any 15- or 20-amp power source and features daisy-chain capabilities to fully illuminate the job site.
Also on display is the new Maxi-Heat® 1M BTU, a robustly designed towable indirect fired heater. With two independently operating burners providing up to a combined 1,000,000 BTUs of heat, this unit provides reliable heat in even the harshest of conditions. For ease of operation, the Maxi-Heat comes fully equipped with the iQ system, which automatically calibrates each burner for reliable trouble-free operation and eliminates the tedious trial and error combustion measurements and adjustments. Recirculation is standard on all Maxi-Heat products, resulting in increased efficiency and lower fuel consumption.
In addition to the new light towers and heater, a new Night-Lite E Series manual winch plug-in light tower unit will be on display. Made to withstand 50 mph winds with multi-directional forklift pockets and eco-friendly features, this light tower is meant to last. Offering 147,344 lumens output to light up your space with 4 LED light fixtures, it also features an automatic on and off functionality with a timer and photocell.
See all the new Allmand products launching at the show in booth #4626 or visit allmand.com to learn more.
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