New LED Temporary Job Site Lighting System is Rugged and Portable

KH Industries, the leading U.S. manufacturer of industrial grade lighting and power products has introduced 3200 and 7200 Lumen LED Temporary Job Site Lighting with their new Quad Light and Add-A-Light feed through lighting systems.

These intensely bright, US-made lights feature a low amperage draw allowing up to 20 LED Quad Lights to be strung together for continuous job site temporary lighting. The Quad Light is known for its durable design which allows for continual use in rough service areas. The Quad Light’s durable design includes lamp shock absorbers, rubber end caps, and impact-resistant LED bulbs that protect against breakage from accidental drops and falls.

With a variety of mounting options, including hanging vertically or horizontally the lights are often attached to scaffolding during construction, maintenance, repair, and overhaul work. In the photo above, KH Industries Quad Lights are being used for temporary job site lighting in a large turbine manufacturing facility.

See how durable the Quad Light is with KH Industries’ extreme product testing video on You Tube, Watch now!

Learn more about KH Industries’ Quad Lights here.

Contact KH Industries for more information, including available models and pricing.

Call 716-312-0088 or [email href=””]Email[/email]

KH Industries is the leading U.S. manufacturer of industrial-grade portable lighting and power products for the aviation, utility, fleet, construction, chemical, petroleum, marine, and agricultural industries.  KH Industries is located in Hamburg, New York.


  1. TIM BROWER July 12, 2016



    • Leah Marchewka July 12, 2016

      Hi Tim –
      You can always call us during business hours at 716-312-0088. In the meantime I’ll forward your email address to one of our lighting specialists, Geri Wallace, and have her drop you an email. We’d love to help!

  2. Timothy Bogden October 11, 2016


    I’m looking for a light solution for a indoor bridge crane that is 20 ft in the air with a 45 ft span. Would 7200 be bright enough to light up the work space below the crane if I mount a single string of lights down one side of the bridge.

    • Leah Marchewka October 12, 2016

      Timothy – I will have our lighting specialist Geri Wallace contact you today. Provide her with all the information about your project and I am certain she will be able to help you.

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