Nanhua: Obstruction lights: a small component of a tower but fundamental for everyone’s safety

Shanghai Nanhua Electronics has sold over 150,000 virtually maintenance free obstruction lights

Read this article to learn:

  • Nanhua’s footprint and key business area
  • Which international standards govern obstruction lights
  • The balance between safety and light pollution
  • How to ensure obstruction lights have a long lifespan

Most of the time TowerXchange is caught up in strategic talks and deal analysis but today, we are focusing on one of the smallest and yet most important components of a tower: obstruction lights. Their function is key not only for the aviation industry but also to protect residential areas while ensuring towers don’t become…

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