Our Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Bio Tank Project in Yeovil is soon coming to an end after almost four months on site.
The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane, a Potain IGO50 Self Erecting Crane, was placed on site in February to assist on the project over the following 16 weeks. It was placed on a full concrete raft base. Our Mantis Cranes Operations Team arranged for a telehandler and qualified operator to assist with completing the erection.
The Potain IGO is an extremely popular Self Erecting Tower Crane. This particular model provides a maximum lifting capacity of 1,000kg at the end of a 40m jib. Closer to the tower, and out to 13m, a maximum capacity lift of 4,000kg is possible. The Height Under Hook at the end of the jib is 23.2m.
Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Bio Tank Project in Yeovil
Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes FAQ
- How will a Self Erecting Tower Crane improve Site Safety?
- Is Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane hire possible in remote locations?
- Can Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes be erected and dismantled easily on site?
- Is there any danger of the operator overloading the Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane?
- Can the Self Erecting Tower Cranes be lifted into position using a Mobile Crane if there is not adequate access to tow the crane onto site?
Mantis Cranes Self Erecting Crane Hire Projects
- Self Erecting Crane near Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
- Potain HDT80 Self Erecting Tower Crane in Edinburgh
- Self Erecting Tower Crane at the Village Urban Hotel, Portsmouth
- Self Erecting Tower Cranes in Northampton
- Self Erecting Crane on Residential Construction Project in Essex
- Potain IGO50 Self Erecting Tower Crane on Bio Tank Project in Exeter
- Potain IGO50 Self Erecting Tower Crane on Retirement Apartments Project