Self erecting cranes offer a vast number of advantages over a conventional crane ranging from ease of erecting, reduction in ground space due to a reduced standing area and an ease of use due to their remote operations from ground level.
Self erecting tower cranes, fill the gap in the market between telescopic handlers and large tower cranes.
They provide a cost effective solution of which decrease health and safety risks as well as site traffic.
- A compact trailer crane of which can be ready to work within minutes from delivery on site, of which gives the added option of being able to be moved …Mantis T25
- A small but suitable for small and single developments with its small footprint and 24m maximum jib length and 18m height under hook …Saez H24
- A 32m jib length crane with 21m height, this crane is ideal for the medium sized sites with a 4000kg max lift and 1000kg at the tip, of which can be …Mantis 32.10
- Very much the same as the 32.10 with the added jib length of 35m and height of 22m this crane is ideally suited for 5/6 storey medium/large builds …Mantis 35.10
- The Igo 50 is the largest crane in the Igo range. The crane offers a compact design with a small rear slewing radius that ensures maneuverability …Potain Igo 50
- One of the largest self erectors in the UK this crane bridges the gap between SETC and city tower cranes with its 6000kg capacity 45m jib length …Potain HDT 80