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LightTowerPro offers Alternative Way to Light Up a Football Field

11.04.2019 11:30:43 - We have released a new guide on how to light up a football field by mobile light tower. You will learn the pros & cons of using portable field lights for sports areas.

( - The creation of a good visual and lighting environment plays an essential role in the design of every sports field. This is especially important for those activities that feature quick movements, small playing objects, or long viewing distances. While fixed lighting towers are common options in most facilities, more and more contractors are turning to portable lighting options because they


can bring many great benefits. Keep reading to learn more about the pros and cons of these new lighting systems.
Overview of sports field lighting
Just like other areas, sports field require a good lighting system to provide sufficient illumination for training sessions or matches at night. Regardless of outdoor or indoor spaces, well-illuminated courts can provide better visions so that all athletes can have the best performances. Additionally, artificial lighting can help facility owners extend the hours of operating, thus increasing the revenues and profits.
In the past, most sports fields are often equipped with fixed lighting towers which are often expensive and take up lots of space. But thanks to technological advances, more and more manufacturers have introduced new options over the past few years that can provide better flexibility. These mobile towers can save space and installing costs, while still ensuring sufficient illumination for the whole space. In the next sections, you will learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of these new options to decide whether they are suitable for your needs.
Advantages of using mobile light towers for sports fields
Compared to fixed lighting towers, a mobile option can provide many benefits when being implemented in sports fields.
1. Quick setup and disassembly
Normally, it often takes at least a few weeks to plan and construct a lighting tower around a stadium or basketball court, depending on the scale. Also, you have to prepare other supporting structures to ensure normal operation. But with a portable option, you wonít have to get a permit or any materials to build. It can be set up in place within one day and bring the same lighting results.
2. Powerful illumination
Most mobile lighting towers for sports fields are typically equipped with powerful LED lights that can provide a wide range of illumination intensities. Depending on the requirements for your facilities, there is a variety of designs, sizes, and patterns to choose from. With multi-functional systems, you could even use them for different sports activities, from basketball, volleyball to baseball.
3. Energy-efficiency
Despite the powerful performance, these lighting towers can be very energy-efficient since they are integrated the latest LED technologies. This is especially important for sports halls or complexes to save a lot of money on electricity bills each month.
The disadvantage
The major drawback of a portable lighting tower is that it often requires more frequent maintenance than a fixed structure. The reason mainly comes from the composition and flexibility of this option. Since people often assemble and disassemble it for transportation between different locations inside and outside sports field, the components can be susceptible to cracks, breaks, and other similar issues. Thatís why you need to have it checked once in several months to ensure normal operation.

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