Mantis Cranes are, at present, working with a client providing a Self Erecting Tower Crane on Wentworth Estate for a luxury house building project.
The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane went on site in the past few weeks and is due to work on the project, close to the famous Wentworth Golf Course, for over one year.
The Tower Crane, a Potain HDT80, is configured with a 45m jib and 34.2m height under hook. It can provide a maximum lift of 1,250kg at the end of the jib and 6,000kg from the tower and out as far as 13.3m on the jib.
Our Self Erecting Tower Cranes are becoming increasingly popular on luxury residential projects like this one.
Self Erecting Tower Crane on Wentworth Estate
Self Erecting Tower Cranes on Luxury Residential Projects
- Potain HDT80 on a Salisbury Building Project
- Potain IGO50 Self Erecting Tower Crane on an Apartment Complex in Nottingham
- TL65 City Tower Cranes on Residential Site in Southampton
- Potain HDT80 Self Erecting Tower Crane in Leamington Spa
- Potain IGO50 at Hadley Wood
Crane Hire FAQ
- 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?
- What type of base is required to erect the Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes?
- Can you have more than one Self Erecting Tower Crane working on a site?
- What power supply is required to run the Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes?
- Can Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes be erected and dismantled easily on site?
- Why You Should Choose A Self Erecting Tower Crane
- How will a Self Erecting Tower Crane improve Site Safety?
- Is there any danger of the operator overloading the Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane?
- How are the Self Erecting Tower Cranes moved from site to site?
- How are the Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes operated?