Light Towers for Oil & Natural Gas, Mining, Roadwork,
Construction, Emergency, Surveillance.
Lunar Lighting Products
Welcome to Lunar Lighting Solutions
Lunar Lighting Solutions has developed products to suit projects in oil and natural gas exploration and drilling, construction, mining, roadworks, industry, events, sports stadiums and Film / Movie / TV. Our lights range from the personal, portable lighting systems (Lunar BakPak) for maintenance and night call outs … to the super-powerful, glare free, 12,000W Lunar Light Tower. This tower replaces at least 6 conventional lighting towers, yet uses less fuel. Some Lunar lights can be packed in a car boot, but still illuminate up to 3,000 square yards. Save on transport, set up and fuel costs.
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A leading global large area lighting company today announced that it’s leading edge products are now available for resource extraction projects in Canada. Lunar Lighting Canada has developed large area lighting systems which are specifically designed for oil, natural gas and other fossil fuel energy extraction, in remote and harsh environments such as Alberta, Northern BC, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Yukon and the Northwest Territory, and indeed, throughout Canada.
Inventor and CEO George Ossolinski said “we are excited to be entering the Canadian resource extraction industry. Our lights are widely used in the Australian and USA mining and drilling industries, and we believe that given the tough conditions extant in Canada that the lights’ power, lack of glare, energy efficiency and durability will make them first choice for resource companies here.”
Built Desert Tough, Tundra Tough
Originally designed to meet the extremes of the Australian desert, with its daytime heat, nighttime cold, sand and dust, all days remote from civilization, Lunar Lights have been adapted for Canadian tundra conditions and are now available throughout Canada. For more information go to our Canadian Lighting page.