Specifically designed and manufactured for the
harsh environments of towing and recovery operations
The Will-Burt Company offers a fully integrated line of mobile lighting systems designed for the towing and recovery industry. Night Scan® light towers are designed and manufactured for the harsh environments and operations experienced by tow and recovery operators. Field proven across the country and around the world, the Night Scan®, with a “no generator required” design, is ready to become an important tool in the heavy wrecker’s arsenal of equipment.
Why Light Towers by The Will-Burt Company are Better:
Turn night into day in 14 seconds or less
Supply more than ½ acre of well-lit coverage area
Deliver light at the height of your emergency—elevation up to 30 ft.
Provide 220,000+ lumens of light (varies by product)
Deliver 360 degree lighting to your scene
Include various mounting options
Are ideal for emergency vehicles with limited mounting space
Use auto-deploy to extend with a push of a button
Use auto-stow to put light towers away easily
Include options that don't require a generator or external air supply
Get More Information for Your Towing or Recovery Vehicle
A new line of fully integrated mobile lighting towers, the Night Scan® HDT Series, has been designed specifically for the towing and recovery industry. Field proven across the country and around the world, the Night Scan® HDT is ready to become an important tool in the heavy wrecker’s arsenal of equipment, improving the safety and efficiency of recovery operations by turning night into day.
- Designed specifically for the rough and tough towing industry
- Provides up to 120,000 lumens of LED light
- Includes various mounting options
Will-Burt’s camera elevation solutions allow a camera to be positioned at heights from 6 ft. to 30 ft. above a vehicle roof giving ground personnel the ability to survey a scene efficiently.
Towing Case Studies
Jamie Davis Towing is an industry leader in automotive towing & roadside assistance in Hope, British Columbia. Jamie Davis & his team provide a valuable service to the public and the Canadian economy by quickly clearing wreckage & maintaining proper traffic flow on major highways like the Coquihalla Highway.
Null’s Towing was started in 1958 in Cochranville, Pennsylvania, by Charles Null to compliment his Esso gas station. Since then, the company has progressed from a single tow truck operation to a full service towing and recovery business.