Solar Light Tower


Master Hire’s trailer-mounted solar light towers are ideal for roadwork applications, construction sites and events. We have a range of trailer mounted lighting towers, powered by either solar or diesel. Most importantly they are quick and easy to set up on site. The Atlas Copco QLTS-8 and Global Traffic SLT4 solar powered light towers both operate with a telescopic boom mast and each have a number of very bright directional LED lights. These units can be configured to turn on automatically when it gets dark or each light can be turned on or off manually if required. Both units have large solar panels fitted to ensure maximum exposure to sunlight and can both run autonomously without the need for additional power. They have zero noise, zero pollution and zero running costs. Master Hire is an environmentally conscious company and is committed to reducing our carbon footprint.


  • Construction sites
  • Events and functions
  • Mining and industrial sites
  • Roadworks and traffic control

Regardless of the lighting tower model you choose to hire, you can be guaranteed that all machinery available at Master Hire meets current Australian standards. All our light towers are road registered and are fitted with forklift pockets. If your lighting requirements are needed for small parties or more narrow spaces; see also our range of inflatable and balloon lights available.

Product training and guidance

Master Hire’s free customer hand over includes a thorough walkthrough and training to ensure you can operate the unit confidently and safely at all times.

Delivery and pick up services

Master Hire offers convenient delivery and pick up options. Speak to our team for delivery rates which vary depending on location. For more information, prices or to place a booking call us on 1300 107 107.

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Operator's Manuals

Hazard Assessment

These specifications are a guide only based on the supplier’s specifications.

These specifications are a guide only based on the supplier’s specifications.