Subaru™s Balloon Light Tower Casts Even Glow
WOOD DALE, Ill. â€” Subaru offers a balloon light tower designed to cast an even 360-degree glow, making it ideal for road construction, special events, parties and parking lot lighting.
The balloon light tower™s design keeps the unit compact for easy transport. Set-up is simple with fold-out outriggers, an easy-to-operate manual winch and steerable pneumatic wheels. The balloon self-inflates to four feet in diameter, providing a brilliant 105,000 lumens from the 1,000-watt metal halide lamp. A three-stage mast extends the light to a height of 14.2 feet.
Additionally, the light tower includes a standard 40-watt sublight. When the halide lamp is shut down to cool before reassembly for transport begins, the sublight continues to glow, making shutdown safer and more convenient.
The balloon light can be powered by a conventional or inverter generator, which is sold separately, or run on commercial power. Adding Subaru™s ultra-quiet inverter generator to the balloon light cart provides the best solution for noise-free illumination in any situation.
In addition to the balloon light tower, Subaru engines, pumps and generators are manufactured by Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., Japan. Fuji Heavy Industries is a diversified manufacturer of Subaru automobiles, aircraft, buses, rolling stock and industrial engines and equipment. Subaru products are marketed and supported in North America by Robin America, Inc., a subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries. For more information about the balloon light tower, contact Robin America, Inc., 940 Lively Boulevard, Wood Dale, IL 60191, call 800-277-6246 or 630-350-8200, fax 630-350-8212, e-mail email@example.com or visit the Web site at www.subarupower.com.
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