Mantis Cranes were recently on site to carry out the installation of a new City Tower Crane at Grantham Place, Dublin.   

This particular model being installed was a Saez TLS 55 13 Tower Crane and will be on site for an estimated hire period of 28 weeks.  The development at Grantham Place is a change of use project converting the existing office in to residential dwellings.  It will combine refurbishment and new build works. 


Tower Crane being Erected at Grantham Place


For this project the crane has been configured with a jib length at 45m and a tower height at 29.5m.  The total maximum lifting capacity of this Tower Crane is 6,000kg with 2,200kg max lifting capacity available at the end of the jib.  

The Saez TLS 55 13 Tower Crane is one of a number of new cranes recently purchased by Mantis Cranes.  The Saez models we have in our fleet have proved to be extremely popular with customers across Ireland and the UK. Other Saez models we have available for hire are the Saez TL 55 with jib configuration up to 55m and the Saez TLS 65 with jib configuration up to 65m available.

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