Mantis Cranes currently have a Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Church Restoration in Sion Mills, Tyrone.

The crane, a Mantis 32.10, is being used as part of the re-roofing process. A Mantis 32.10 can features a 32m jib, maximum height under hook of 20.7m and maximum lifting capacity of 4,000kg.

Using a Self Erecting Tower Cranes on a Church Restoration project has proven popular, given the restricted space and over-sailing issues that can be caused  by steeples and other buildings close by. In 2015 Mantis Cranes had a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane at work on a Church restoration project in Belfast.

To find our more about using a Self Erecting Tower Crane Project on a Church Restoration like this please contact us today at 01388 748962.

Self Erecting Tower Crane Advantages

  • Better safety due to less site movements
  • Load is delivered directly to the point of work
  • Installation and dismantling is quicker, resulting in less disruption to the work being carried out on site
  • Restricted areas become more accessible due to the structure of the crane

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