Tower Crane in Kent

Our team of engineers were busy erecting a Tower Crane in Kent at the end of January.

Tower Crane in KentA Pedestrian Operated Saez TL55 was placed on an extra care home project in Larkfield, Kent. The City Tower Crane will provide a maximum lift of 1,450kgs, tower
height of 23.6m and a jib length of 50m.

The Mantis team erected the Tower Crane on a fixing angle using a 100 tonne Mobile Crane. It will be powered by a 3Phase Mains for the duration of the, approximately, one-year project.

Project Details: Tower Crane in Kent

The project is a 38 bed care home that will provide 54 extra care beds and 20 veteran apartments.

Tooley Foster

Credit: tooleyfoster.com

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