New self-erecter from Mantis

06 May 2009

The Mantis 36.10 self-erecting tower crane

The Mantis 36.10 self-erecting tower crane

Mantis presented its new 36.10 self-erecting tower crane at April's Intermat exhibition in Paris.

It lifts 4 tonnes and replaces the 35.10 model. The 36.10 has been designed so that the ballast weight from its predessesor can still be used, thereby providing a cost saving, said Mantis.

It also shares the same hoisting and trolley motors, as well as other components. The 36.10 can be set up with jib configurations of 36, 32, 28 and 14 m, giving maximum hook heights, with luffing jib, of 27 m or 22 m with horizontal jib.

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