The company says the tower's HardHat body makes it suitable for use in tough environments such as quarrying, mining, construction, events and rental. The HardHat body is made of medium-density polyethylene rather than metal, to protect the working operation underneath from the elements.
The HardHat is designed to be resistant to corrosion, crack-resistant, environmentally friendly, and better able to meet the tough demands of on-site use. Moulded into a single pop-up canopy it is easy to fit and remove from the light tower, providing an access of 360º to the unit for internal maintenance and providing ease of maintenance. Service downtime is decreased due to its heavy-duty filtration system. The HardHat is resistant to both low and high temperatures due to its UV stability and the long-term antioxidants of the plastic. Additionally, HiLight H6+ offers customisable colours to meet customers’ needs.
“The HiLight H6+ light tower’s toughness improves reliability, extends application opportunities, reduces total cost of ownership, and preserves resale values while offering superior performance during operation.” said Félix Gómez, Atlas Copco divisional product marketing manager – light towers.