In the last few weeks we placed a Mantis 32.10 Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Cancer Lifeline extension in Belfast for a hire period of at least 16 weeks. 

The development will consist of a new cancer unit being built at the back of an old Victorian building. In these type of developments a lot of care is required in the planning of the project as space is very limited and measurements have to be precise.  

Self Erecting Tower Crane in Belfast

The 32.10 Self Erecting Tower Crane is a crane that was manufactured by Mantis Cranes at our factory in Donegal.  It has a jib length of 32m and a height under hook at 21.7m.  The maximum lifting capacity is 4000kg from the tower out to 10.9m and 1000kg at the end of the jib.

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