Applications for lighting masts
Our mobile lighting masts are used for a variety of applications. Mostly outdoors, but also in covered areas. Anywhere where the existing light is not sufficient for working. For example, when working on construction sites or incident sites at night or completing difficult installation jobs in poor light conditions. The lighting masts are either attached directly to the vehicle being used or the spotlights are equipped with their own pole. The majority are made from aluminium to minimise weight. Light masts need to be high for optimal light dispersion. However, to keep them a manageable size, we offer extendable telescopic lighting masts. Hydraulic and pneumatically operated extendable masts are also available upon request. Simply check which operating method you want before purchase. Manually operated lighting masts are a cost-effective option but they do require more effort. Hydraulic and pneumatic lighting masts are much easier to operate. These require a voltage of 12 or 24V from a vehicle battery. LED light masts are an advantage due to their lower power consumption. Alternatively, the masts can be powered using an external generator with a 230V output. These generators supply enough power to operate several lighting masts. LED light masts are becoming increasingly common and are gradually replacing the previously common halogen and xenon options. LED lighting creates high-contrast, white lighting. The light produced by LEDs is approx. five times brighter than that generated by conventional bulbs for the same energy input. This can therefore reduce the lighting costs. Equally, fewer batteries and generators are required.
Fire brigades and rescue services
In this sector, the use of mobile lighting masts is absolutely vital. Night rescue operations are only possible with the help of these masts. For this reason, many emergency vehicles used by fire brigades and emergency response organisations are equipped with telescopic lighting masts with normal or LED lighting technology. Upon request, trailers or equipment vehicles can also be specially fitted with lighting masts to illuminate incident sites.
Towing and recovery companies
Lighting masts are often used for HGV recovery operations and for providing roadside assistance to large broken-down vehicles as well as at accident sites. HGV recovery vehicles are usually equipped with a telescopic lighting mast. If a HGV is involved in an accident, then large areas need to be illuminated. Roadside assistance vehicles with an integrated light mast ensure that the teams can successfully carry out their tasks at dusk and during the night.
Construction site lighting
Mobile lighting masts are fundamental for successfully working on construction sites at night. The high-contrast lighting produced by LED light masts ensures that even the smallest details can be seen. The lighting masts are therefore kept switched on throughout the night, so that the work on the construction site can continue as if it were daylight. Economical LED technology is the only way to avoid a very hefty electric bill. LED light masts also don't require big generators, which again saves costs.
Our range of light masts
We provide light masts with various lighting levels. Based on the lighting masts of a leading international manufacturer, we fit them with LEDs largely in-house. The cost-efficient LED light masts are also our most popular lighting masts. All of the lighting masts are telescopic. So, when retracted the masts are only 1.3 to 1.6 metres high. They are between 3 and 3.65 metres high when extended.
Buy LED light masts online at ProLux
Are you looking for a suitable lighting mast for your particular application? Then you’re in the right place! In addition to our very well-priced range of lighting masts, we can also supply customised lighting masts to suit your specific requirements. Work lights with motorised adjustable angles, rotatable light brackets, higher operational heights, remote controls - and lots more. Just ask for your no-obligation quote for tailor-made lighting masts!