Recently our Service Team installed a Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Refurbishment Project in London.  

The project involves a refurbishment and height extension of two existing apartment blocks at Chilton Grove, London.  The blocks will be extended from 4 stories to 6 stories high and will contain 68 dwellings.  

Self Erecting Tower Crane on a Refurbishment Project in London 

[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”32″ sortorder=”306,305,307″ display=”basic_slideshow” pauseonhover=”0″ interval=”5000″ show_thumbnail_link=”0″]The Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane that we installed was a Potain HDT80, one of the biggest self erecting tower cranes we have on our fleet.  The HDT80 was configured with a height under hook of 34.2m and a jib length of 40m.  It’s maximum capacity at the end of the jib is 1,630kg and 6,000kg from the tower out to 13.3m of the jib.  

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