Last week we installed an FM GRU 1035 Tower Crane on a Hire Project in Dublin.  

This is a traditional type project that will see the development of a new 100 Seater Restaurant at Glasthule, Dublin.  The hire period of the project is expected to be approximately 40 weeks.  

Tower Crane on a Hire Project in Dublin

The FM GRU 1035 was configured with a jib length of 35m and a height under hook of 23.2m.  Its maximum capacity is 2,500kg from the tower out to 16m and 1000kg at the end of the jib.  The Crane is sitting on a 1.1m x 1.1m fixing angle base.


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