Shindaiwa shines a spotlight on Wolverhampton with ECO Hybrid Lighting Tower…
Wolverhampton based construction industry supplier, Shindaiwa is shining the light on the launch of its solar hybrid lighting tower that is offering customers up to £300 in fuel savings each month.
The ECO Solar Hybrid Tower is the first of its kind in the UK that is totally self-contained and requires no external charging, unlike similar solar lighting towers. The Shindaiwa tower uses an average 1.46 litres of diesel a day and offers a running time up to 60 days on a single tank of fuel.
Ideal for the construction industry, the tower is lighter than conventional products as it has aluminium body panels and a galvanised chassis, so it’s also corrosion resistant and able to withstand the harshest environments.
Shindaiwa managing director Andy Munford said: “We are delighted to be bringing the ECO lighting tower to the UK market. It offers customers the best of both worlds by using the very latest in solar power and diesel hybrid technology, which in turn dramatically reduces overall carbon emissions, fossil fuel consumption and air pollution.
“Initial interest has been high and we are confident the ECO tower will be a welcome addition to our product range that includes Shindaiwa welders and generators.”
The ECO tower features seven ultra bright LED lamps that can be used for eight hours before the need to recharge. The twin cylinder Kubota diesel engine automatically charges the batteries in just over an hour and is programmed to run at specific times of the day, guaranteeing silent mode at night.
Shindaiwa is located on Enterprise Drive, Four Ashes, and launched in the UK and Eire in 2010. Its products offer exceptional welding power, Super-Silent technology and unfailing strength. The ECO tower is the latest product to be introduced to the UK market by Shindaiwa.
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