Doosan Portable Power has expanded its product line of portable light towers with the addition of the LCV6 and LCV8 models.
Both models feature a small-body design and vertical mast that allow for greater maneuverability, ease of transport and low operating cost. A new clamshell-style canopy is made of highly durable composite material, yet is lightweight for easy access to internal components for regular maintenance.
Both LCV light towers are standard-equipped with a vertical mast that manually extends to 23 feet. This design significantly cuts setup time compared to the traditional laydown mast, and the upright mast position improves transport safety.
With a new compact footprint – 82 inches long and 55 inches wide with a travel position height of 101 inches -17 units can fit on a standard flatbed trailer for more cost-effective transportation.
Both LCV models have a 52-gallon diesel fuel tank with the longest runtime in the industry. The LCV6 and LCV8 have minimum runtimes of 119 hours and 97 hours respectively with four 1,050-watt metal halide lamps. For double the runtimes, the LCV models can be equipped with high-efficiency LED lighting.
The LCV6 is powered by a Tier 4 Final–compliant Kubota D1005 diesel engine with a Mecc Alte 6 kW alternator. The LCV8 is equipped with a Tier 4 Final Kubota D1105 engine and Mecc Alte 8 kW alternator.