Showing how wide and ranging the locations of our hire partners are, a Mantis TC25 has just begun a short Crane Hire Project in Donegal, with a few miles of the plant where it was manufactured.
Mantis Cranes have made delivery of a Mantis 35.10 Plus to a leading Irish construction company. The Mantis 35.10 Plus (click here to read more) is the newest Self Erecting Crane to be manufactured at our plant in Co Donegal. An updated version of the Mantis 35.10, it can provide 200kg additional capacity at the end of the 35m jib (1,200kg) and a height under hook of 22m, as opposed to the 21.7m provided by the Mantis 35.10. The maximum capacity is 4,000kg from the tower to 14.08m. Mantis 35.10 Plus Supplied to Major Irish Construction Company This model has already proved extremely popular on our Tower Crane Hire Fleet across Ireland and the United Kingdom. Our client is a leading national construction company that works on […]
In the last few weeks we placed a Mantis 35.10 on a Residential Project in Finglas for a tower crane hire period of, at least, 12 weeks. The Self Erecting Tower Crane will be working with one of our clients on a ‘rapid build’ social housing project at Rathvilly Park in Finglas. The Mantis 35.10 is our flagship crane and is consistently the most popular hire crane on our tower crane hire fleet.With a 35m jib It can provide a height under hook of 21.7m. The maximum capacity at the tower and out as far as 12.05m is 4,000kg. At the end of the jib a maxium lift of 1,000kg is possible. Mantis 35.10 on a Residential Project in Finglas The project is one of a number […]
We erected a Tower Crane on a residential project in Dublin last week to fulfill the requirements of one of our clients. The Tower Crane, A Linden Comansa 5010 5LC 4t can provide a maximum capacity load of 4,000kg close to the tower and out to 18.5m and 1,900kg at the end of the 35m jib. The tower sections are 1.2m x 1.2m and the crane base is available at 3.2m x 3.2m. Tower Crane on a Residential Project in Dublin Slideshow ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] The Tower Crane will be on site for a minimum hire period of 40 weeks. Our Crane Engineering Team erected it on site over a two-day installation period using a mobile crane. It will is sitting on a […]
There is, at present, a Mantis 35.10 Self Erecting Tower Crane at the Beneavin Care Home Project in Finglas, Dublin.
Mantis Cranes have recently sold a Self Erecting Tower Crane to a Polish company. We supplied our client with a Potain IGO50 Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane. Below it is pictured leaving our UK depot in Northampton on it’s journey to Poland.
In October we paced a Potain IGO50 on a Hire Project in Dublin at the Morehampton Lane in Ranelagh. The project is a private residential development. Our Potain Self Erecting Crane was placed on site on towards the beginning of October and will be working on the project for a minimum of six months. The Potain IGO50 has a jib length of 40m and provides a height under hook of 23.2m. It can provide a maximum lift of 1,000kg at the end of the jib and 4,000kg closer to the tower. To find out more about hiring a Self Erecting Crane or Tower Crane for you project contact us today so our Sales Teams can discuss the options available to you. Potain IGO50 on Hire Project in […]
This week we supplied a Mantis 35.10+ for crane hire in Monaghan. The Mantis 35.10+ is the newest crane off the production line from our plant in Donegal. It is an update of our popular Mantis model 35.10. The Self Erecting Crane, which has a 35m jib, has already been working on many projects and a number of been purchased by clients around the world. The particular Mantis 35.10+ will be on site for a Crane Hire period of at least 25 weeks on a traditional construction project. Mantis 35.10+ for Crane Hire in Monaghan Crane Hire Ireland Projects Mantis Cranes Supplies First Crane Operator Elevator in Ireland Self Erecting Crane at Killeavy Castle Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane in […]
Mantis Cranes has supplied a Crane Operator Elevator, the first to be installed on a Tower Crane in Ireland, with a Saez TL50 Tower Crane sourced for a client at The National Construction Training Centre at Mount Lucas near Tullamore, Co. Offaly.
Mantis Cranes have supplied a Self Erecting Crane at Killeavy Castle on an interesting restoration project in County Armagh.