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Ingersoll Rand

Used at flag stations and traffic control centers on road construction products, the self-inflating BL2000 balloon light diffuses glare-free illumination over a 360-degree area. When placed on an optional mounting system, the Ingersoll Rand light stands 7.5 to 15 feet in height, covering a radius up to 15,000 square feet.

May 01, 2007

Ingersoll Rand BL2000 balloon light Used at flag stations and traffic control centers on road construction products, the self-inflating BL2000 balloon light diffuses glare-free illumination over a 360-degree area. When placed on an optional mounting system, the Ingersoll Rand light stands 7.5 to 15 feet in height, covering a radius up to 15,000 square feet. The 2,000 watts of power are supplied by either a 10-amp, 230-volt source for one lamp or a 20-amp, 110-volt source for two lamps. Weighing less than 40 pounds with a diameter of 43.3 inches, the balloon light can also be fixed directly onto a paver to move along with the night crew. The BL2000 inflates in less than one minute, providing instant illumination once fully inflated, and can resist wind speeds up to 63 miles per hour.

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