Will-Burt Night Scan
Direct light exactly where you need it with high-height, light-weight, fast Night Scan light towers. Night Scan extends up to 30' (vertical mounted towers) or 15' (roof-mounted towers) for up to 4x as much light coverage area. These towers are 42 percent lighter than other towers meaning there's not need for roof reinforcement and less weight to transport using less fuel over the life of a vehicle. The light fixtures illuminate as soon as the tower elevates to its vertical position. Full dual tilt means 50 percent of the light forward and 50 percent backward.
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