We’ve been extremely busy in Dublin recently and will soon have an additional Mantis 35.10 Tower Crane in Carrickmines, joining another of our crane hire fleet on a construction project there.
We placed one of our 35.10 Self Erecting Cranes on site earlier this year, providing a maximum lift of 4,000kg at 12.05m and 1,000kg at the end of the 35m jib, with a height under hook of 21.7m. This crane was manufactured at our plant in Co. Donegal and is one of the most popular cranes on our fleet across Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Mantis 35.10 Tower Crane in Carrickmines
This is a residential construction project at Carrickmines Green close to the M50 in Dublin. When finished it will include 99 residential units across 12 four-storey units. There will also be a creché area at ground floor level with a play area.
The Mantis 35.10 Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane is popular for a number of reasons including the ease of mobility, greater cost effectiveness, increased site safety and improved productivity.
Mantis 35.10 FAQ
- How will a Self Erecting Tower Crane improve Site Safety?
- How are the Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes operated?
- Can the Self Erecting Tower Cranes be lifted into position using a Mobile Crane if there is not adequate access to tow the crane onto site?
- Is a Mobile Crane required to erect Self Erecting Tower Cranes?
- What power supply is required to run the Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes?
- Can Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes be erected and dismantled easily on site?
Mantis Tower Crane Hire Projects
- Mantis 35.10 Self Erecting Crane on hire in Derry
- Mantis Cranes Working on Social Housing Project in Dublin
- Comansa 5211 Tower Crane on a Construction Project in Belfast
- Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane in Sion Mills
- Mantis Cranes working on Munster Rugby Training Centre
- Potain HDT80 on Primary Care Centre in Claremorris