A unique, world-beating portable lighting system
|Lunar Lighting is an Australian company at the forefront of revolutionary next generation lighting technology. It has pioneered the development of ultra-high power lighting for construction, mining, oil & gas, rail, entertainment, sports and public events.Lunar Lighting began in 1997, with a strategic investment in HMI lighting research – to develop the technology to its ultimate power.Over a period of years, Lunar continuously increased the power of its lights, resulting in the internationally acclaimed 12,000W HMI Lunar Lighting Tower that emits a staggering 1,500,000 Lumens output from a single globe– glare-free, shadow-free yet provides a very pleasant and productive work environment.In other words, it lights an area of an incredible 50,000 sq metres. No other lighting system in the world can achieve that.
Lunar Lighting used by the US Department of Homeland Security
Lunar lights have been recognised, not just for their brightness, but for their quality and durability in adverse conditions.
Lunar Lighting – a Trusted Company.
The Thredbo Landslide in 1997 was the beginning of the growth of Lunar Lighting. Since then, we have worked on a wide and diverse range of projects including the blockbuster movies Mission Impossible I and II, The Titanic and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Opening Ceremony. Major roadworks, heavy civil construction and the Pluto LNG project
Today, Lunar’s anti-glare, high power lights are used in an extraordinary range of situations, and give vastly improved productivity.
Lunar Lighting develops 1,500,000 Lumens 12kW HMI glare free portable/mobile Lighting – the only unit with daylight reproduction
It’s the ‘brightest light’ in the world.
HMI lights were originally developed for the film industry, to give a consistent, glare free but powerful light, which approached the light characteristics of daylight, (6000Kelvin) and left fewer shadows. Most portable lighting use metal halide light sources which result in a yellowish unnatural light.
Lunar Lighting awarded in Washington
George Ossolinski, of Lunar lighting, was invited to receive an “innovation and export” award in Washington, and joined the cream of Australia’s technical and scientific community to recognize their role in expanding economic ties and export opportunities with the United States market.
Former Australian Prime Minister, Mr Bob Hawke, and current Australian Ambassador to the USA, Mr Kim Beazley, gave the awards.
Lunar Lighting has developed high performance infrared lighting for night-time military work and border surveillance, as well as systems for camp construction and general lighting.
George Ossolinski, CEO of Lunar Lighting, saw the potential beyond the film industry. Over the years, his dedication to R&D to produce high quality, powerful and safer work lighting enabled Lunar Lighting to develop the 12,000W unit. The development resulted in a fully patented, new light system that converts energy more efficiency, into a brighter, crisp daylight that covers an enormously expanded area – glare free with enhanced work environment safety.