A series of on-site training and tool box talks delivered by Trime UK, the market leading supplier of environmentally conscious site lighting equipment, took place at A-Plant, the UK’s leading equipment rental company. Devised and implemented by Trime’s senior technician Wayne Brennan, the programme included topics such as secure operation, essential servicing, safety aspects and the environmental benefits of the Trime range of lightning.
“Our aim is to offer full support to all owners, operators and end users of Trime lighting,” explained Wayne. “A-Plant recently placed a large order for our X-ECO LED lights and with a concentration of the sets on the new A14 highway project; we took up the opportunity to explain all aspects of the X- ECO to A-Plant and site personnel. In all, twenty-five people attended the session.”
The X-ECO LED 6 is a complete unit that brings together environmental, fleet management and operator benefits. It features 6 no. 150W, 48V multi-directionally adjustable LED lights floodlights, with safe 48V power between the generator and the lights. The vertical hydraulic mast has seven sections, rising to a maximum height of 8.5m with 340° rotation and wind stability up to 110 km/h. Easy lifting is via a central lifting eye with longitudinal and transversal forklift pockets for safe handling and transportation.
“The safety of our customers is a paramount priority at A-Plant,” commented Ali Male from A-Plant. “Having the option to train both our customers and our own people on site is a tremendous bonus. Wayne’s in-depth knowledge about Trime products and his clear delivery was welcomed by all of us.”
A-Plant invested in an initial 150 Trime X-ECO LED lights, which will provide crisp, clear light over a wide area with maximum fuel efficiency, low emissions and long running times.
A-Plant is part of Ashtead Group plc and is the UK’s largest equipment rental company with over 185 Service Centres nationwide, more than 3,600 employees and over 35,000 customers in the construction, industrial, infrastructure and events sectors.