Mantis Cranes Investments

Mantis Cranes investments continue with the recent introduction of a new fleet of generators to our offerings.

The investments in upgrading our generator fleet will ensure our customers can maximise the benefits of hiring a Self Erecting Tower Tower Crane or City Tower Crane from Mantis Cranes.

New Range of Generators available for sale/hire

Mantis Cranes Investments Features

  • Generators are fitted with CEM7 monitoring system for user interaction regarding status information. This also allows users to configure the generator for specific tasks.
  • External fuel browser can be connected via quick release fuel lines to increase refueling intervals.
  • Generators can be repostioned on site using forks or lifting eye.
  • Generators are ultra-silent.
  • Easy to access electrical outlets.
  • Fitted with an IP67 protection rating
  • Electronic starting system.
  • Fully lockable to prevent any tampering

 

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