Tower Crane on hire in Northern ireland

Since last week we have a Mantis 35.10 Self Erecting Crane on hire in Derry on a residential construction project.

The Mantis 35.10, our flagship crane, is very popular due to the speed of deployment and the ease with which it can be erected on a site with restricted space. This Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane offers a 23.3m height under hook at the end of the 35m jib. The lifting capacity is 1,000kg at the jib end and 4,000kg at 12.05m.

Mantis 35.10 Self Erecting Crane on hire in Derry

Mantis 35.10 Self Erecting Crane on hire in Derry











Our client is currently working on a residential property development site comprising of approximately 260 homes. The Self Erecting Crane will be on site for a hire period of, roughly, 18 months. Over that time the crane will be moved a number of timse as our client intends to use it to reach the areas on site that are not easily accessed using other material handling solutions.

Mantis 35.10 Self Erecting Crane on hire in Derry

Tower Crane on hire in Northern ireland

Tower Crane on hire in Northern Ireland












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