Ordinary Location Lights

Temporary Job Site Lighting | Non-Hazardous Locations


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Western Technology Lights is more than just a hazardous location lighting manufacturer. We also make products for more “ordinary” locations like construction and maintenance sites that need effective temporary lighting that can make the job site safer. Good lighting in these locations is still important, and we take the same quality-driven approach when creating our temporary construction site lighting solutions.

Western Technology specializes in providing the TOUGHest portable LED work lights on the market with safety as its main focus. Give us a call if you’re interested in learning more about what makes our temporary construction site lighting the TOUGHest around!

The rechargeable LED work lights and portable worksite lights below are flexible, easy to manage, and have a variety of different applications. This includes construction sites, oil refinery shutdowns, maintenance areas, manufacturing plants, event spaces, agricultural areas, and emergency services. All of our portable worksite lights have been tailored to meet the challenging demands of ordinary, non-hazardous industrial applications. Configurations include portable wide area lighting, task lights, work lights, string lights, flashlights & headlamps.   One of the main advantages of rechargeable LED work lights is their long lifespan. The average LED light will shine bright for over 25,000 hours or more. They also use less power which means lower voltages, lower currents, or both. This ultimately means a lower cost, and rechargeable LED work lights can save your worksite up to $17,000 per 25,000-hour life cycle.   Even though they’re not specifically hazardous area lights, our temporary construction site lighting is still extremely durable and they are manufactured without typically fragile filaments like incandescent, fluorescent, or high-intensity discharge (HID). This is another key benefit, as temporary lights are typically subject to a lot of abuse on the job site and when disassembled, transported, and reassembled.


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