We currently have a Potain IGO on a Bio Gas Tank Project in Devon, working on a project that is due to last almost six months. The Self Erecting Tower Crane was placed on the construction site earlier this year in July. The Potain IGO50 is one of the most popular Tower Cranes on our Pedestrian Tower Crane Hire fleet. This particular Tower Crane was set up with a 40m […]
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Earlier in September we placed two Potain IGO50 SETCs on Site in Edinburgh for a Scotland-based client. Both cranes are capable of lifting 1,250kg at the end of a 40m jib, providing a 23.2m Height Under Hook. They can also lift 4,000kg as far out as 13m from the tower. The Potain IGo 50 is one of the most popular Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes on our Tower Crane Hire fleet […]
Our Crane Sales Team recently visited the construction site where we have a Potain IGO50 Self Erecting Crane in Edinburgh on a minimum seven-month hire term. The project is a residential development comprising of 82 apartments with associated works, parking and landscaping. There will be two-bedroom, three-bedroom and four-bedroom residential units along with commercial access and estate roads. The Potain IGO is ideal for a construction development like this as it can […]
Mantis Cranes recently erected a Potain IGO50 Self Erecting Tower Crane on Bio Tank Project in Exeter. Contact us today to find out more.
Mantis Cranes currently have a Potain HDT80 Self Erecting Tower Crane in Leamington Spa on a 16-week hire.
Mantis Cranes currently have a Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Church Restoration in Sion Mills, Northern Ireland. The crane, a Mantis 32.10, is being used as part of the re-roofing process. A Mantis 32.10 can features a 32m jib, maximum height under hook of 20.7m and maximum lifting capacity of 4,000kg. Using a Self Erecting Tower Cranes on a Church Restoration project has proven popular, given the restricted space […]
We currently have two Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes on a Sports and Leisure Project at the University of Limerick in Ireland. The project is the construction of the new training centre for Munster Rugby at the University of Limerick. Construction began in September 2015 and is expected to be completed by July 2016. The new structure, located in the heart of the University of Limerick campus, includes weights rooms, medical […]
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.
One of our longest ever hires came to an end in September when we completed a Self Erecting Tower Crane dismantle in Luton. A Mantis 32-10, it had been on site since April 2013, on a construction project that involved the building of a Mosque and community centre.
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 […]