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Morris Site Machinery to put on a comprehensive display

TL90 Ultimate lighting tower

Company to showcase latest power generation products including new TL90 Ultimate lighting tower 

AMONG the wide range of Morris Site Machinery power generation solutions on show at Plantworx will be the company’s latest lighting tower – the TL90 Ultimate. The tower light offers more than 20 variants on specification, allowing customers to bespoke build and customize their lighting towers according to site needs and budget – which is said to be a first in the UK market 

The TL90 Ultimate is fitted with either a Perkins or Kubota engine, providing a 50% increase in fuel capacity and running time. The lighting tower features a Deep Sea control panel with telemetry options available to give operators advanced monitoring, more traceability and security across their fleets. 

The TL90 Ultimate comprises four 300W LED lights that provide fuel-efficient and crisp, clear instant light with up to 50,000h use. Also on show will be the SMC open set petrol generators (available from 2.5kW) suitable for powering on-site welfare units and SMC Weldpac range (up to 200amp welders) for small welding applications. 

Richard Denholm, sales director for Morris Site Machinery, said: ‘Plantworx is a great opportunity for us to engage with customers and showcase our innovative and efficient products to help them grow their business. We are seeing more contractors demanding bespoke and tailored plant solutions and products to help them build their fleets in the most economical and efficient way.’ 

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