Last week we erected a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane on a Care Home Project in Cleobury Mortimer.

The Tower Crane will be working on site for a Crane Hire period of at least 30 weeks. A Comansa 5LC 5010 five tonne crane was identified as the ideal model, from our tower crane hire fleets, for the project in question.

The Crane has a 40m jib and a tower height of 26.6m. It will provide a maximum lift of 1,500kg at the end of the jib and 5,000kg close to the tower.

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Care Home Project in Cleobury Mortimer Gallery

 

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