Linden Comansa Tower Crane in Coalisland

We erected a Linden Comansa Tower Crane in Coalisland, alongside a Self Erecting Tower Crane that we already had in place on the construction project.

The Linden Comansa 5211, which the client previously purchased from Mantis Cranes, was erected on site by our Crane Service Engineering team. The Linden Comansa 5211, as standard, has a 52.5,m and can provide a maximum lift of 5,000kg and the tower height can go to 33m, depending on the section that you have available.

Linden Comansa Tower Crane in Coalisland

We had previously, in 2016, placed a Potain HDT80 Self Erecting Crane on the site. This is a 45m Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane that provided a jib end capacity of 1,250kg and a height under hook of 34.2m.

Linden Comansa Tower Crane in Coalisland

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