The CPLT M10 is easy to operate and extremely light and maneuverable, making it very simple to position at the desired location for optimal work area lighting.
Utilizing metal halide lamp technology, the Chicago Pneumatic CPLT M10 light tower efficiently turns electrical energy into light. This technology requires less power, produces more light and provides the ideal lighting for working, sport and event areas, according to the manufacturer.
The CPLT M10 features four, 1,000-W metal halide lamps, powered by a Kohler Tier IV diesel engine with a brushless alternator. Its mast extends vertically over 31 ft. (9m) and can be rotated 360 degrees. One CPLT M10 Light Tower can illuminate up to 7.5 acres (30,400 cu m).
The CPLT M10 is easy to operate and extremely light and maneuverable, making it very simple to position at the desired location for optimal work area lighting. Weighing 1,800 lb. (815 kg), the CPLT M10 collapses to 182- by 48- by 66-in. (461 by 123 by 168 cm) for transport. It also features a metallic enclosure with wide service doors, an electrical cubicle for control and protection, stabilization legs and an on-road undercarriage.
Other features include the 30 gal. (114 L) capacity fuel tank that provides up to 70-hr. of run time, and a MIG welded, unibody-style trailer with oven-baked powder coating for durable, reliable transportation and operation. The trailer is equipped with a standard 2 in. (5 cm) ball tow hitch.
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