SITE lighting specialists, Illumin8 Lights are making preparations to meet the increasing demand for more sustainable methods of lighting construction sites and rail projects.
To help satisfy these requirements Illumin8 has purchased a fleet of X-HYBRID LED lighting towers from Trime UK Limited.
Neil Fenwick, founder and managing director of Illumin8 said, “We are always seeking out the best sustainable and cost-effective solutions for our clients. The Trime X-HYBRID has a number of environmentally slanted features which brings benefits to our clients in terms of carbon emission reductions and lowering of fuel costs.”
“We have one of the newest and largest fleet of lighting towers which is perfectly equipped to supply construction sites, outside events, highway and rail projects. We believe that we are now one of the leading rental lighting suppliers across a broad range of industry,” added Neil.
As the name suggests, the Trime X-HYBRID lighting units are powered through an individually designed hybrid power supply system. This comprises of a series of rechargeable batteries backed-up by a small diesel engine. The combined system provides for extensive fuel savings and a corresponding reduction of CO2 emissions, making them ideally suited for night working and in urban environments.
In hybrid mode the X-HYBRID has an uninterrupted running time of up to 18 hours. The batteries are recharged in around eight to nine hours and diesel consumption can be as little as 0.17 litres per hour.
Illumin8’s hire fleet, which numbers over four hundred sets, consists entirely of Trime manufactured lighting towers.
Illumin8 Limited was founded in 2015; the company provides a bespoke service hiring mobile tower lights to both the event, rail and industrial markets. The Illumin8 management team combine over 40 years’ experience within the lighting industry. The company is based in Essex and a new northern depot is currently under development.
Trime UK is headquartered in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire; their manufacturing plant is based near Milan, Italy.