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Palfinger's new boom tip lights for service cranes illuminate up to 30 feet

Lights can be retrofitted onto PSC service cranes

work done at construction site at night with lights

Palfinger's boom tip dual-LED lights for service cranes make jobsites brighter offering 3,000-lumen power. These lights are designed to allow the attachment of the optional boom tip hook and personnel basket without interference.

Palfinger says its boom tip lights cover 2,700 square feet at a 30-foot radius with fewer blind spots and shadows. Aftermarket retrofits are available through Palfinger's distributor network for all existing PSC service cranes.

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7942 Dorchester Road
Niagara Falls, ON
CA, L2G 7W7


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