Doosan Portable Power BL2000 Balloon Light

Mon January 23, 2017 - National Edition
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Doosan Portable Power BL2000 Balloon Light
Doosan Portable Power BL2000 Balloon Light

The Doosan Portable Power BL2000 balloon light offers glare-free illumination in a light-weight package. The BL2000 also accommodates a variety of mounting devices, including truck mounts, pole mounts, and tripod stands.

The portable lighting system provides 2,000 watts of halogen illumination, with a tubular-shaped envelope and internal reflective dome that combine to cover more than 15,000 square feet. Automatic envelope inflation allows for easy setup. Envelope design, coupled with the Doosan collection of tilting grip heads make it possible to position the BL2000 as needed without producing shadow or glare. The design of the cage protects the envelope from contact with the lamps, while an internal cooling fan prevents overheating. An automatic shutoff further protects the unit against high internal temperatures.

The BL2000 combination of quiet, cool illumination, wide assortment of tilt grip heads, and various mounting devices makes it an ideal glare-free lighting choice for a variety of applications, including road paving, construction jobsites, special events and recreation.

The lightweight, versatile BL2000 can be powered by a handheld generator or a standard, 120-volt, 20-amp, three-prong electrical outlet. The BL2000 comes with an extended power cord and a durable carrying case for easy transport and storage.

For more information, visit doosanportablepower.com.




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