Productive week for our Sales Department,

This week we #sold two of our Self Erecting Tower Cranes. The Mantis TC25 in Dublin & The Potain HDT80 in Castlederg Co.Tyrone

The Self Erecting Tower Crane, the smallest on our Crane Fleet, is very popular on projects where site space is restricted and excellent for smaller projects as it can be maneuvered onto even the most inaccessible of construction sites to access. The Mantis TC25 It provided a height under hook of 19m at the end of the 25m jib where it can lift 750kg. Closer to the tower, and out as far as 10.8m on the jib, it can lift 2,000kg., The TC25🏗️ is now erected and onsite in Dublin Ireland working on a upcoming project,

The HDT80 is the largest Self Erecting Tower Crane available for hire in the Mantis fleet. The HDT 80 offers the biggest lifting capacity available in the Ireland & UK for a Self Erecting Tower Crane, with a lift capacity of 1,250 Kg at 45m this Self Erector is proved to be a popular crane hire now erected and onsite in Castlederg Co.Tyrone working on a upcoming project,

Best of luck to the new owners and thank you for the business.

For all your sales / hires, please get in touch;

UK Office: info@mantiscranes.co.uk / 0044 1388 748962

Ireland Office: info@mantiscranes.ie / 00353 (0)74 91 49981

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