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November 2016



GAP Hire Solutions has set itself the mission of being the most Innovative Hire Solutions provider in the UK.

Therefore, the company has taken a forward step in its provision of tower lights, with the purchase of the new X-ECO LED 6 sustainable lighting tower from TRIME.

The units are designed to give substantial benefit to GAP's customers, through both increased efficiency and significant cost savings.

The new model sees the inclusion of LED lamps, which offer a number of benefits. Prime amongst these is that there are no bulbs, lamp glass, ballasts or capacitors - all of which often need replaced on-site, taking up time when you could be working.

By taking away this inconvenience, call out costs are reduced and on-site efficiency is improved. Furthermore, thanks to the system's automated start/stop technology, man hours are significantly reduced throughout the course of a project.

The TRIME X-ECO LED6 is fitted with a Kubota 1500 rpm water cooled diesel engine, which comes with a three-year warranty as standard. The attached hydraulic ram is of the highest standard and comes with a life time guarantee.

The LED floodlight is guaranteed for a staggering 50,000 hours, meaning sites will never find themselves being left in the dark on their jobs.

Procurement Manager Ken Stewart added his sentiments:

"GAP are the first National Hire Provider to have invested in the "New Generation" Lighting Towers from Trime following site trials with their major customers, who were impressed with the Innovation and both the Environmental and Financial Benefits they achieved with them. We are delighted to lead the way in innovation once again, and are committed to their success."

Based on average fuel costs as of 15th September 2016, the X-ECO light tower offers monthly cost savings of £336.00 when compared to standard lighting towers. With 290 hours more run time on a full tank, you are guaranteed to be illuminated by the very latest in lighting technology.