Morris Site Machinery, has helped Australian equipment hire specialist Onsite Rental Group to widen its offer of sustainable rental solutions with solar-powered lighting towers.
Following a recent order to expand their existing fleet, Onsite Rental Group now have 20 SMC TL55 Solar tower lights operating in Queensland on a specific site/project that not only requires light but in a cleaner, greener way in response to environmental concerns.
The SMC TL55 Solar meets industry demand for a truly sustainable and low maintenance tower light. With both battery and mains supply, it has zero noise and emissions and offers flexible options for all site applications with little need to attend or maintain onsite. It can run indefinitely in the right light with up to 500 hours run time from the battery using auto-dim LEDs and PIR sensors.
Phil Winnington, International Business Director, said: “We are proud to have been doing business in Australia for more than 15 years and we understand the need for equipment that can deliver in demanding terrain and climates.
“We also appreciate that hirers are looking to be more sustainable and environmentally aware and that is becoming increasingly important in making their choices.”
Onsite Rental Group have been supplying business customers with Total Rental Management solutions to a range of industries across Australia for over 30 years. Their team is made up of specific expertise to ensure hirers receive the best equipment advice.
Rhys Kinder at Onsite said: “We need equipment that can be relied on to do the job and SMC is a proven brand in the Australian market. The TL55 Solars will appeal to customers requiring sustainable options and enable us to widen our offer.”
The SMC brand has a 25 year heritage and serves a variety of sectors. Its models have been lighting up Australia for over 15 years with machines that are ideal for the challenging temperatures, terrain and health and safety regulations.
Morris Site Machinery is part of fifth-generation, family business group Morris & Company, which has been celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2019.