HeliMax is the giant helium- filled
lightballoon. With the filling of helium gas, the
balloon rises on its own up to a height of 50 metres
at an electricity wire. Bigger versions are additionally
secured with a winch.
The bulb is situated inside the balloon. The lightballoon
POWERMOON- HeliMax is not only a decorative full moon
on a wire, it evenly lightens huge areas. That means
apart from the field of events the HeliMax with a
diameter up to 5, 5 metres and an output of 16.000
watt HMI is an effective tool to illuminate huge areas.
The HeliMax is suitable for disasters of huge dimensions
(e.g. a vast damaged urban area caused by an earthquake
or other natural disasters) and lengthier accidents
on traffic routes.
Also huge construction sites or rock concerts as
well as filming can be illuminated non- dazzled and
The HeliMax of 16 000 watt metal steam lamp produces
a luminous flux comparable to 35.000 Watt halogen
floodlights. In this way it is easily possible to
illuminate an area with a radius up to 800 metres.
Within a radius of 1,5 to 2 km light conditions similar
to twilight can be reached.
The biggest HeliMax of a radius of 5,5 metres can
be in use up to a wind speed of 5 to 6 according to
the Beaufort- scale. Its amount of filling is about
95 cubic metres.