News Item: Trime Are Ready in an Emergency
Trime UK the manufacturer and supplier of sustainable LED site lighting towers are preparing to showcase their emission-free X-BATTERY lighting set at the forthcoming Emergency Fleet Exhibition.
Managing Director, Paul Hay explained, “We have had recent keen interest in our X-BATTERY LED lighting tower from a nearby Police Force and it was their suggestion that we should consider exhibiting at this forthcoming trade fair and conference.”
“After careful consideration we decided that this would present us with a great opportunity to expand our target markets and fully promote our lighting tower range to other potential users,” added Paul.
The Trime X-BATTERY is a fully functioning site lighting tower with all the attributes of an engine powered set with the exception that it runs entirely on battery power. Illumination is provided through 4 no. 90W LED lamps. The lights will remain properly functional for up 36-hours and can be fully recharged, via the built-in 230V single-phase charging system, inside 12-hours. The total illuminated area (5-lux min.) is 2000 sq.
The X-BATTERY boasts no fuel costs, zero carbon emissions, minimal vibration and little routine maintenance, whilst completely eliminating noise pollution, making it ideally suited to provide substantial illumination in an emergency situation.
The X-BATTERY was ‘highly commended’ in the Product of the Year 2019 category by the rental industry trade association, the Hire Association Europe.
The Emergency Fleet Exhibition incorporates the NAPFM and Fire Conference and will be held on 11th and 12th June this year at the International Centre in Telford.
Trime UK Limited has swiftly developed into the market leader in the supply of a line of LED lighting sets. They have over 50 years of experience in the development and marketing of environmentally sustainable lighting sets for the rail, event, construction and rental markets. Trime UK is headquartered in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire; their manufacturing plant is based near Milan, Italy.