The products designed, engineered and supplied by LED Light Group were established to improve the safety in the work environment on night shift operations. It was quickly identified that the resulting benefit of the new technology also significantly reduce operational costs associated with mobile lighting products.

We are an Australian family owned and operated company with over 40 years experience in the sales and rental of equipment to the Resource, Construction and Agricultural industries.

It is our goal to be a preferred supplier of safe, efficient and innovative mobile lighting solutions to the resource and construction industries.

Our management team has a wealth of knowledge across a range of products and services currently used by the resource and construction sectors. We design and engineer our products to the needs of the industry. Our staff along with our clients are considered to be our biggest assets with continual improvement being attributed through on going feedback and support from our extensive customer base. While our team of employees are dedicated to the research and development in new engineering techniques and modern technology,


Sourcing LED Light technology from the same manufacturers who provide lighting solutions to elite sporting stadiums throughout North America and Europe, our extremely powerful and innovative lights have been used on many different mining, gas and civil construction applications, including:


  • high walls
  • low walls
  • In-pit
  • Stockpile
  • ROM Pads
  • Crushing Operations


  • Road works
  • Road construction
  • Rail construction
  • Bridge Works
  • Reclamation works


  • construction of field compression stations
History of the JL Series Light Tower

The patented Jonker Light Series (JL Series) Light Tower came to fruition following a meeting with site management of one of Queensland’s largest open cut coal mines. The extremely deep pits of this particular mine lacked adequate lighting to highlight features of the low wall, hi-wall and in pit operations during nightshift provided by traditional lighting apparatus, and this put personnel at risk of injury due to geological faults or in pit obstacles.

The first lighting tower was commissioned and designed with feedback from this Australian mining giant, who later went on to purchase several towers.

The first prototype inspired multiple designs to suit different mining, gas and civil applications. Varying light head capacities, different boom lengths and chassis options enable light to reach even greater distances, wider areas and navigate difficult undulated and boggy terrain. All models were designed with remote control technology in order to eliminate manual handling and improve site efficiencies.

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