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Promac  will be showing its range of Greenlite low voltage LED lighting towers as well as metal halide light towers and diesel generators on Stand 0122 at AIMEX.
 
According to general manager Andrew McAdam, the low voltage Greenlite range is one of the “safest, cleanest and greenest” range of lighting towers on the market and is designed to address the increasing cost challenges being faced by mining companies.
 
“The low voltage and cost-saving aspects of these new LED towers is the big breakthrough in terms of safety and financial performance that mines have been looking for in lighting towers,” McAdam said.
 
“Greenlite has been proven to save thousands of dollars in operating expenses and delivers faster returns on investment.
 
“And by using 48 V power, the safety issues associated with high-voltage metal halide lighting towers are completely eliminated,” he said.
 
“Tests have also shown that Greenlite delivers more light on the ground than our competitors.”
 
In addition to the safety benefits of using 48 V power, McAdam said the Greenlite range offered reduced maintenance and servicing costs with fuel savings of up to 12,000 litres per machine annually compared with a 6000 W metal halide tower.
 
“It is also environmentally and wildlife friendly, with reduced CO2 emissions and fewer on-board chemicals.”
 
Promac will also be using AIMEX 2013 to show its Prolite series of metal halide lighting towers.
 
The Prolite 75 Series II can be configured for varied light outputs from 4000 W to 9000 W with the same trailer and power plant, making it highly versatile.
 
“With class-leading standard features allowing for immediate use, we can also fit them with a number of optional extras, including mobile phone connectivity, allowing supervisors to start and stop towers via SMS commands; a remote control system for adjusting the position of light heads and masts; and surveillance camera systems, which broadcast live footage over the internet."

In addition, models from Promac’s range of Nugen generators, offering outputs from 10 to 500 kVA, will be on show at AIMEX.

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