Lighting towers are tall light poles that are often used in buildings, bridges, roads, airports and other infrastructure projects. These poles are usually made of durable materials such as steel or concrete and are equipped with one or more lighting fixtures.
Lighting towers are used to provide road lighting, especially in night work or areas with heavy traffic. These towers help drivers better see their way and prevent accidents, especially in high-traffic areas such as high-speed roads and highways.
Lighting towers often use high-intensity gas discharge lamps or LED lamps. These lamps produce high-brightness light and have a long service life with low energy consumption. In addition, the lamps used in the lighting towers are specially designed to illuminate the environment and are directed upwards to minimize light pollution.
Lighting towers are usually equipped with fixed or movable arms. These arms are used to adjust the height of luminaires and provide easy access for maintenance and repair operations.