Self Erecting Crane on Residential Construction Project

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

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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.

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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.

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