Mantis Cranes recently completed the insertion of our second new Potain IGO T85A on a hotel project in Derby.

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The IGO T85A being erected on site.

Our engineers inserted the Self Erecting Tower Crane (SETC) on site for the steel and timber frame construction in mid-March. The crane will be in place for 11 weeks.

The pedestrian controlled IGO T85A was ideal for the project as it can achieve the client’s requirement for a maximum lift of 1.25 tonnes at 45m and a height under hook of 35m. An onsite induction was completed with the designated crane operator, allowing work to commence on the project in a short space of time. Click here for more information on the IGO T 85A.

IGO T85A Hotel Project: Advantage of Using SETC

  • Siting Costs are lower for a SETC
  • Self erecting tower cranes minimise the number of vehicle movements on site, increasing safety
  • IGO T85A operates from one stationary position

Why Choose Mantis Cranes?

  • Mantis Cranes maintain a consultative led, client focused ethic throughout the crane hire process
  • Mantis are accredited for ISO including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, BS-OHSAS 18001
  • Mantis are the sole UK providers of the Potain IGO T85A
  • Mantis currently operates the largest SETC fleet in the UK

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