Obstruction lights for pylons
Aircraft warning lights solutions and dedicated electric cabinets,
for all kind of pylons, except high voltage lines.
Whatever the pylon function, every high structure has to be marked by an obstruction light, depending the height and the painting of the obstacle.
The number of obstacle lights and their arrangement on the pylon shall be such that the structure is indicated from every angle in azimuth.
If one of the beacons set up on the pylon is not visible from one direction, one or more aircraft warning lights shall be added on it, in order to insure the beaconing of its complete contour.
Pylons beaconing implementation
If a pylon has on its top an equipment such as an antenna or rod higher than 12 meters, the structure has to be equipped of a medium intensity obstacle light MIOL A on the top of the antenna or rod when it is possible.
In the case of several pylons spaced by a 900 meters distance, the beaconing system shall be synchronised by a GPS system.
Pylons beaconing less than 45 meters
A low intensity obstacle light LIOL B red steady burning (32 cd) at the top of the pylon has to be lighted the night.
Pylons beaconing between 45 and 150 meters
In the case of an unpainted pylon, it is necessary to set up at the top a medium intensity obstacle light MIOL AB (white 20.000 cd for day / red 2.000 cd for night) and an obstruction light LIOL B 32 cd in the middle of the structure.
If the pylon is higher than 105 meters, you have to add a beacon MIOL AB and a beacon LIOL B every 52 meters maximum.
Pylons beaconing over 150 meters (no painting)
Upper 150 meters, the pylon has to be beaconed by a high intensity obstacle light HIOL A (200.000 cd day / 20.000 cd night) at its top, and every 105 meters.
05-Tour Culture Tunis
At the heart of the Culture City inaugurated the 20th October in Tunis, the Tower is marked at night by a low intensity beacon.
Tunis: the Culture Tower lighted by PROMIC obstruction light
01-Tour CMA CGM
Since April 2015, the CMA CGM tower of Marseille, in France, is lighted day and night by LUXSOLAR obstruction lights.
Marseille: the CMA CGM tower lighted by PROMIC
After two years of work on the field of Andrézieux city, in the department of Loire, the Envol Stadium is now ready to welcome the football fans of the region.
Beaconing of local project for PROMIC: the Envol Stadium
The company PROMIC specially engineered for all crane operators and crane users, a beaconing kit devoted to cranes,
to make easier the updating of their equipment.
An efficient solution for crane operators: the beaconing kit for cranes
the perfect beaconing solution for these high structures
The kit for wind measurement mast: