Temporary lighting with solar is a great alternative to diesel lighting towers for many applications, providing street lighting with an even light spread, without the glare, noise, fumes, ongoing diesel costs and maintenance.
Portable solar street lighting provides safety, visibility and security for:
- Road works
- Mining, resources and heavy industry
- Lay down areas for Ports
Temporary solar street lighting is generally very well suited for AS/NZS 1158 3.1 Pedestrian category lighting and V category for feeder roads and highways. As per all the street and area lighting available by Orca Solar Lighting, the preferred light fixtures of lighting professionals are utilised on temporary lighting from Orca Solar Lighting.
These temporary solar lights are able to be moved around the site with a forklift while the light pole is fully assembled.
Easy installation and relocation
Options available are able to installed by two people without any crane or elevated work platform when the concrete footing and light pole has been correctly positioned.
Where to use Temporary Lighting
Used predominantly for infrastructure projects, road works and shutdowns and events by organisations such as BP Refineries, Bovis Lend Lease, CPB Contractors, Fulton Hogan, John Holland Contractors, and Thiess to name a few.
Temporary Lighting – Hire lights in some regions
If lights are required for medium to long term hire, please contact Orca Solar Lighting, we may be able to direct you to a hire company that hires out temporary solar lights in your region.
Transport & Mains Roads upgrades
The Pro-pole™ system is proving to be very popular for contractors doing road upgrades where conflict point lighting is required to be at a minimum of 10 lux all night long.
Moorebank Intermodal Terminal
Port of Townsville
Temporary solar lighting in Jimblebar
Pro-pole™ temporary street light demonstration