Self Erecting Crane on Residential Construction Project

Mantis Cranes currently have a Self Erecting Crane on Residential Construction Project in Essex.

img_0481

The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane, a Terex Comedil CBR40, has a 40m jib, 23.2m height under hook and can provide a maximum lift of 4,000kg (1,000kg at the jib end). The crane is on site for a minimum of eight weeks.

cdeaf9d0-02a3-4d6e-ab31-1d4fcc819ce8

Once off hire, the Self Erecting Tower Crane will return to our depot for a thorough check before being sent out on the next project.

To find out more about hiring a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane contact us today.

Share This Article, Choose Your Platform!

continue reading

Related Posts

  • 2.3 min read

    After a year or so of market research, numerous trips to Italy and a lot of days thinking “will we or won't we” in 1999, Mantis Cranes, known as Masol Ireland at the time, took a bold step and introduced the first hydraulic self erecting tower crane to Ireland.

  • 2.6 min read

    Selecting a Self Erecting Tower Crane

    Self erecting tower cranes, due to their mobility, fast erection and dismantle times and small footprint, are often suited to shorter-term construction projects, especially where space is limited. There are many different manufacturers of self erectors, offering a variety of models suited to different height and capacity requirements. In addition, there are many crane-hire companies to choose from so how do you make the right decision?

    In this article we outline the top tips to follow when hiring a self erecting tower crane.

  • 3.2 min read

    Safety is the cornerstone of every successful construction project and crane safety is central to this.

    When it comes to tower cranes and self erecting tower cranes, compliance with the latest safety requirements is paramount to the safe operation of the crane on site. Adherence to safety standards, regular inspections, and proper training are essential for preventing accidents and ensuring the efficient operation of the crane on site.

    In this article we outline some crane safety tips to follow on site.