Lind Equipment

Markham,  ON 
  • Booth: 815

Lind Equipment makes the best in portable electrical equipment with a focus on portable LED lighting (including our patented Beacon360 360° area light), cable reels, portable power, GFCIs, and static grounding.

Lind's LED Jobsite is a completely new way to think about jobsite lighting.  Forget bulb-based string lights and highbays, the LED Jobsite brings state-of-the-art LED lights that save money, are easier to install, and change the game on your temporary lighting requirements. Win more projects by using the LED Jobsite.  Find out how.

Brands: Lind Equipment, BeaconLight, Beacon360, LED Jobsite

 Show Specials

  • The LED Jobsite is the future of temporary construction lighting.  Forget stringlight and highbays, this interconnecting system of purpose-built LED lights plug and play together to efficiently light any jobsite.  The lights are incredibly durable and will last for many projects, while being easy to install, move and remove.

    Join our community of general contractors and electrical contractors who have adopted the LED Jobsite to save them time, labor, and materials.  Plus, as a bonus, you can win more jobs by saving money on your temporary lighting and offering your clients the energy savings that come with it.

    Lind Equipment offers free jobsite layouts and savings proposals for all of your projects, as well as free live jobsite tracking webpages so you and your client can show off your good choices.

    Start off with an LED Jobsite starter pack to familiarize yourself with the benefits.  At the NECA show, we'll offer 30% off the starter pack.

    Learn more about the LED Jobsite at Booth 815, or at

 Press Releases

  • Lind Equipment is proud to announce that its President, Mr. Brian Astl, is the recipient of Canada’s 2018 Clean50 award for his work in driving the success of Lind Equipment’s proprietary LED Jobsite system of LED lights for the construction industry.

    Brian has been the leader of the LED Jobsite system since its founding in 2015.  His leadership and vision has created a product that is changing the face of construction site lighting.  To date, the LED Jobsite system has empowered contractors across Canada and the US to save over 58M kWh of electricity, 32,000 kg of waste, and 41,000 metric tons of CO2E.  Additionally, the LED Jobsite system has saved countless hours of labor and dollars of materials.

    The proprietary LED Jobsite system provides all temporary lighting for a construction site, from portable area lighting to room lighting to crane lighting.  The high-efficiency LED lights are easy to install, maintain and move as the project evolves over time.  When compared to traditional bulb-based lighting, the LED Jobsite can reduce electricity consumption by up to 90%.  In addition, the LED Jobsite lights are robust enough to be used again and again, which is in strong contrast to traditional bulb-based lighting which is generally thrown out at the end of a single project.

    “Canada’s Clean50 Awards are announced annually by Delta Management Group and the Clean50 organization to recognize those 50 individuals or small teams, from 16 different categories, who have done the most to advance the cause of sustainability and clean capitalism in Canada over the past 2 years,” said Gavin Pitchford, CEO, Delta Management Group.

    “In the face of an industry historically resistant to the adoption of new technology, Brian has been changing the paradigm of construction site lighting by demonstrating the tangible cost and environmental benefits of a jobsite lit by LEDs,” continued Gavin Pitchford, CEO, Delta Management Group. “Brian’s LED Jobsite system is a rare product that pays back for the developer, the general contractor and the electrician on the first project, and for every subsequent project.”

    “I’m honoured to be a part of this great group of Clean50 award winners,” said Brian Astl. “For me, the Clean50 award is even further validation that the LED Jobsite is a system that all contractors can benefit from to save money, time, and the environment.  To achieve what we have, from a standing start only two years ago, is a great accomplishment and couldn’t have been done without the entire Lind Equipment team.”

    Brian Astl will be attending the NECA 2017 show and is available for media contact.

    About Lind Equipment / The LED Jobsite:

    Lind Equipment is a leading manufacturer of portable LED lighting, hazardous location and industrial work lighting, portable power, static grounding, and GFCI products.  With over 65 years of experience providing products for industrial and hazardous locations, Lind Equipment is trusted on some of the toughest jobsites in the world.  Lind’s expertise and robust design makes it the supplier to various militaries, construction sites, oil refineries, mining companies, and general industry.  Lind’s extensive line of portable electrical products can be seen on its website at

    The LED Jobsite is Lind Equipment’s offering of purpose-built LED temporary lighting for construction sites.  Through proprietary designs, the LED Jobsite saves up to 90% of the energy used by traditional bulb-based lighting, and provides dramatic labor and materials savings for contractors.  Learn more about the LED Jobsite at

    For more information, please contact:

    Brian Astl

    Lind Equipment

    Office: 905-475-5086 x224


    About Delta Management Group / Canada’s Clean50:

    Leading sustainability and clean tech search firm Delta Management Group in 2011 founded, and remains the steward of the Canada’s Clean50 awards, created to annually identify, recognize and connect 50 sustainability leaders from every sector of Canadian endeavor, in order to facilitate understanding, collaboration and innovation in the fight to keep climate change impacts below 1.5 degrees.  Ancillary awards also recognize 10 Emerging Leaders and the Top 20 Sustainability Projects of the year.      

    The Clean50 can be see at

    Media Contact: Gavin Pitchford 416-925-2005 x 2300 /

 Show Stoppers

  • Beacon LED Tower
    Compact, lightweight, man-portable, LED light tower, easily powered by 110V or small generator...

  •   Model # LE980LED-T4 By: Lind Equipment

    Our Beacon LED Light Tower is a new way of thinking about light towers.

    The Beacon Tower is truly man portable with a handle to pull around job sites for that perfect set up.

    You can carry 2 units in the back of a standard size pick up truck.

    Also, the Beacon Tower can simply be plugged into a 110v receptacle and Daisy Chained together. When power is needed, you can easily store a 2000W generator on the cart and power up to 2 units plus additional tools.

    The included external fuel tank will help run your 2000W generator up to 40 hours!

    More importanly, the light output on our Beacon LED Light Cart is superior to the old Metal Halide versions.

    Our LED lights last over 50,000 hours, are instant on (No warm up phase), great light spread compared to the Metal Halide and have a 3 year warranty.

    The cost is usually about half of  your typical Metal Halide tow behind versions.

    Visit booth number 815 for more info and also visit WWW.BEACONLEDTOWER.COM for more info.

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