All Tower - Self-erector Articles

Eazy launch from Terex
Terex has launched the Eazy 90 self erecting tower crane. It has a 45 m (147.6 foot) jib length, 6 tonne (6.6 US ton) maximum capacity and a 1.4 tonne (1.6 US ton) capacity at maximum radius. It also features a fully hydraulic erection system
Fast self erector from FM Gru
Tower crane manufacturer FM Gru in Italy has launched a fast self erecting tower crane with a unique ballast and boom lifting system built onto its trailer that reduces erection time
Potain in complex manoeuvres
Two Manitowoc Potain HDT 80 self erecting tower cranes are helping build an apartment complex in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
81 K tower crane launch from Liebherr
Liebherr has launched the 81 K fast erecting tower crane in the US market at ConExpo. The 81 K is a new design, said Matthias Donner managing director at Liebherr-Werk Biberach in Germany
New self-erecter from Mantis
Mantis presented its new 36.10 self-erecting tower crane at April's Intermat exhibition in Paris
Self erector proves its worth
To reduce site operating costs a developer in Scotland is using a self-erecting tower crane to increase operational efficiencies while reducing manpower costs
New Potain Igo in Italy
Manitowoc introduced the Igo 30, its latest addition to the Potain range of Igo self-erecting cranes, at the SAIE trade fair in Italy
Irish rental company purchases Spierings SK2400-ATF
Having already invested €9 million in new equipment in the last two years, William O'Brien Plant Hire in Ireland has invested a further €7 million.
Climbing procedures
Following the first article on internal climbing tower cranes in the September issue Heinz-Gert Kessel continues his explanation of internal climbing tower cranes and brings the story of developments up to date
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