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New TL60 trolley light from Morris Site Machinery

SMC TL60 trolley light

Company augments lighting tower range with new compact, portable and powerful trolley model

AS demand increases for fuel-efficient, easily transportable, reliable lighting solutions for this year’s winter season, Morris Site Machinery have augmented their SMC TL90 lighting tower range with the launch of a brand-new entry into the market – the SMC TL60 trolley light.

Ensuring that a model is available for every application and budget, the compact SMC TL60 trolley light is easily transportable and designed to be handled by a single operator. It is small in size and footprint, capable of fitting through a standard internal doorway, but big on output, with its four 300W LED lights providing in excess of 130,000 lumens.


The trolley light is available as a unit with or without a 2.1kVA diesel generator. There are also options to operate from the mains, 110V sockets or a linked lighting process with inlet and outlet sockets.

Complete with retractable handles, which extend and slide to allow compact transport and storage, the new light offers 355° mast rotation, a manual winch, two extendable easy to wind down stabilizers and one drop-down stabilizer, making it a suitable compact solution for illumination both indoors and out. Weighing just 325kg (with generator) it can easily be transported on a vehicle with a 500kg tail lift.

Richard Denholm, sales director at Morris Site Machinery, said: ‘We are genuinely thrilled to be bringing out this new highly portable TL60 model. We listen to our customers and this season’s launch is in direct response to the requirement for a compact lighting solution with its multitude of operational modes and options.

‘Whatever the requirement, with the addition of this new trolley light, we are 100% confident that our extensive range has the right product to perform at any level this coming season.’


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