Arvill Ltd, the Airdrie based plant and tool hire firm, has ordered an initial six X-ECO LED lighting towers manufactured by the leading supplier of engine and hybrid powered LED site lighting, Trime UK.
The order was finalised between Arthur Shevill, Arvill’s managing director and Trime UK’s sales manager, Andrew Owen at the Executive Hire Show Roadshow held in Glasgow.
This is the first order from Arvill Ltd for the X-ECO LED sets.
Commenting on this order Arthur said, “We were impressed with robust design of X-ECO LED and Andrew put up a strong case for its comparatively low whole life costs. Also, Trime having an experienced repair and maintenance support service based locally, helped to push us in the direction of the Trime sets.”
“We are looking forward to integrating them into our hire fleet ready for when the clocks turn back and demand for site lighting increases”, added Arthur.
The X-ECO LED has a number of environmental qualities and safety aspects. The set is fitted with the AMOSS safety system, which automatically lowers the mast if the lighting set is moved whilst the mast is still erected. The complete unit features an external emergency stop button, a fully bunded fuel tank, four height adjustable stabilisers and site levels for guidance during deployment. The energy saving LED lamps will work for up to 50000 hours without replacement.
Established in 1985 by Arthur Shevill, Arvill Plant and Tool Hire is a family business and one of Scotland’s largest independent hire companies. Based in central Scotland they are ideally situated to service works throughout the country. With around 4000 items in their hire fleet they provide a comprehensive service to local authorities, national rail contracts, large construction projects, small builders and DIY enthusiasts.
The Trime Group has over 50 years of experience in the development and marketing of environmentally sustainable lighting sets for the rail, off-shore, event, construction and rental markets. Trime UK is headquartered in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire; their manufacturing plant is based near Milan, Italy.