One of our Self Erecting Tower Cranes, a Potain IGO50, has been working on a hire project in Chester for the last few months.
This Potain IGO50 was configured with a 40m jib, 23.2m height under hook and provides a maximum lift of 1,000kg at the end of the jib and 4,000kg out to 13m. This crane is one of the most popular Self Erecting Cranes on our Crane Hire fleet. You can review the entire fleet by clicking here.
This construction development project involves the construction of a new vertical roller mill (VRM) including a rail loading facility and modification to, and extension of, the existing railway line following demolition of existing cement storage building.
Hire Project in Chester
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- Potain IGO50 Self Erecting Tower Crane on Retirement Apartments Project
- Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Kendal Construction Project
- Two Self Erecting Cranes on an Accommodation Project in Gloucester
- Self Erecting Tower Crane At Holy Trinity Church in Cambridge
- Potain HDT80 Self Erecting Tower Crane in Leamington Spa
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