Allmand Celebrates Milestone

The company celebrates its 75,000th light tower in a unique way.

Thu February 06, 2014 - West Edition
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Allmand’s 75,000th light tower went to Wagner Rents. (L-R) are Brad Allmand, Bill Michalski, Glenn Davidson, Jay Bedford, Ray Nibbe, Chris Cahal, Matt Allmand and Roger Allmand.
Allmand’s 75,000th light tower went to Wagner Rents. (L-R) are Brad Allmand, Bill Michalski, Glenn Davidson, Jay Bedford, Ray Nibbe, Chris Cahal, Matt Allmand and Roger Allmand.

Allmand recently manufactured its 75,000th light tower. The light tower, which went to Wagner Rents — The Cat Rental Store in Denver, Colo., was a Mine Spec II light tower. A special gold serial number plate was made for the light tower by a local jeweler and was presented to Wagner Rents at the Allmand vendor, customer and employee golf tournament.

The Mine Spec II light tower features include six 1,250 watt SHO-HD metal halide light fixtures, a fire extinguisher, wheel chocks, a low fuel warning light and a secondary fixture retention system to provide additional safety on the work site. Other features include a two-stage air filter, exhaust shield and muffler wrap, as well as fan and belt guards.

For more information, call 308/995-4495 or visit www.allmand.com.




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