Potain HDT80 in Surrey

We currently have a Potain HDT80 in Surrey about to finish up on a construction project.

The Self Erecting Tower Crane has been on site since June 2016 and is due to return to our depot for a redeployment following routine checks that follow every hire project.

The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane provided a Height Under Hook of 34.2m and a maximum lift of 1,650 at the end of the 45m jib throughout the project.

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