We’ve decided that it’s time to reward our social media followers once again so we’re giving away five of our Mantis Cranes Travel Mugs.
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Mantis Cranes is proud to be featured in the recent supplement ‘Building Britain’ in The Irish Post newspaper. The article features an interview with Clem Bradfield, a crane driver who is currently working on a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane on hire from Mantis Cranes. Clem has been working on the crane, a Saez TL55 , recently but that is just a small portion of the 47 years that he has spent […]
Mantis Cranes & Access was in attendance at Vertikal Days 2016 at Haydock Park on June 15 and 16, displaying a Comet 21-2-9 on a Yanmar C50R-3B carrier.
Given the stormy and blustery conditions we’ve experienced over the last few weeks now might be a good time to familiarise yourself of the effects of wind on the using a Self Erecting Tower Crane in windy conditions.
One of the main benefits of choosing a Self Erecting Tower Crane for your material handling needs is increased level of safety that it offers to your project.
Here is a basic outline of the conditions that should be followed when getting your site ready for a Self Erecting Tower Crane. These are general good practice guidelines. Site specific instructions provided by your crane supplier should be strictly followed. Route: The route that the train will travel to the crane base must be sufficiently compacted. Particular attention should be paid to corners, allowing adequate space for the crane to […]
We are pleased to unveil our Mantis Crane Hire website relaunch. Over the past while we’ve been working on delivering a more modern and user-friendly website for our clients. Now fully compatible with the latest mobile devices, www.mantiscranes.co.uk is easier to navigate in order to find the information you need regarding Self Erecting Tower Cranes and City Tower Cranes. We will be providing more information to help you identify the […]
Mantis Cranes are pleased to announce the addition of the IGO T85A to the largest fleet of Self Erecting Tower Cranes in the United Kingdom. Mantis Cranes currently operate a fleet of 75 units.
Mantis Cranes Technical Brochure for 2015 was recently launched, containing information on our range of self erecting tower cranes and city tower cranes.
When considering why you should choose a Self Erecting Tower Crane it is important to realise that these cranes are easy to mobilise and can be working on site in one hour.