Light up the night while saving fuel, emissions and maintenance costs with the CPLB 6 LED light tower. It delivers the same luminosity as a 4,000 W metal halide light tower with up to 71% less fuel. It’s also compact and efficient, so it’s easy to store and transport. And like all Chicago Pneumatic equipment, it’s designed to stand up to harsh conditions with the reliable performance and durability you expect from CP.
The CPLB 6 is one of the most efficent light towers in the market today, lighting up the night while saving
fuel, emissions and maintenance costs. It's compact and efficient, so it's easy to store and transport. The CPLB 6 is also designed to
withstand harsh conditions of construction and road works.
The light tower can be turned on and off automatically with the optional photocell or weekly timer — no need to send personnel to the worksite.
Reliable, quality components help extend the life of your light tower. The CPLB 6 offers an extended 500-hour service interval.
Efficient design reduces CO2 emissions compared to the traditional light tower design.
The compact 1,500 rpm engine uses up to three times less fuel than a traditional light tower.
Four high-efficiency 350 W LED floodlights with special optics deliver luminosity equal to four standard 1,000 W metal halide lights.
The galvanized hydraulic vertical mast extends quickly to a height of 8 m (26.2 ft) and rotates 340˚
Galvanized steel canopy resists rust and corrosion, and the spillage-free frame contains fluids within the frame. Doors open wide for easy service access.
Large fuel tank provides 260 hours of runtime between refueling.
Up to 22 CPLB units can fit on one 13 m (43 ft) truck for easy transport. The CPLB 6 also has a lifting beam and galvanized forklift pockets to help move the unit around the site.
• Photocell • Oil field kit (spark arrestor) • Earthing metal bar • Auxiliary sockets (CE, PIN or RIM 230V 10A type) • Special colors • External power input 230VAC • Remote auto-tilt of floodlights • Battery cutoff (switch) • MSA connector