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    NEW Solar Powered Lighting – for temporary lighting, anytime and anywhere

NEW Solar Powered Lighting – for temporary lighting, anytime and anywhere

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CSP Pacific has now added a new Solar Powered Temporary lighting column to their range for use where a temporary, high performing lighting system is required – without having to install costly services. 

LED technology has been in existence for over 50 years and has revolutionised lighting with its longer lifespan and electrical efficiency. This technology has also opened the way for higher performing and reliable solar lighting systems. Add to that the improvement of the lithium battery and solar lighting systems are popping up everywhere.

“We are always on the look-out for new, high performing products to add to our range,” says David Russell, National Hire Manager for CSP Pacific. “This unit has a very good LED lighting unit and battery which produces a very high output, without the need to dig trenches to get power to a lighting column that may only be there for a short period of time.”

CSP Pacific’s new Solar Powered Lighting unit is suitable for all temporary work site needs. The concrete base can be moved to where light is required, at any time, creating a safer work zone for employees.

“We are very excited about this new product as we can see the versatility of it and how useful it can be for our customers on their temporary worksites,” adds David.

For more information of the NEW Solar Powered Lighting unit from CSP Pacific click here or call 0800 655 200 or


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