Last week our service engineers carried out the installation of a Saez TLS 55 17 City Tower Crane on a Hire Project in Dublin. The hire period of this project is set be at least 30 weeks.  

Image of our Saez TLS 55 17 being installation 

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Saez TLS 55 17 Features

  • 1.7m x 1.7m Tower Crane sections on fixing angles
  • Cab operated Tower Crane can be converted to remote control subject to proper planning
  • Jib Length: 55m
  • Max Lift: 6000kg

Tower Crane Hire Advantages

  • Straightforward process for erection
  • Efficient transportation to site

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