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San Marco SMH321
3
San Marco SMH321
2008 - 32 m - 22.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
United Kingdom, Northern Ireland (4AR)
39,263
Liebherr 56K
6
Liebherr 56K
2008 - 4.5 T - 40 m - 32.7 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
Netherlands
Potain GTMR 386 B
1
Potain GTMR 386 B
2011 - 8.0 T - 50 m - 30.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Bretagne (56)
Cadillon CHRONO 45NF
5
Cadillon CHRONO 45NF
1988
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Alsace (67)
Potain IGO HD14A
7
Potain IGO HD14A
1996 - 1,500.0 T - 20 m - 20.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Pays de la Loire (49)
Potain IGO 50
6
Potain IGO 50
2015 - 4.0 T - 40 m - 23.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Languedoc Roussillon (66)
Potain HD 40
4
Potain HD 40
2007 - 35 m - 23.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Languedoc Roussillon (66)
Potain IGO T85
4
Potain IGO T85
2010 - 6.0 T - 45 m - 30.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Languedoc Roussillon (66)
Potain 360 A
10
Potain 360 A
1977 - 8.0 T - 40 m - 23.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Languedoc Roussillon (66)
Potain GTMR 386A
4
Potain GTMR 386A
1990 - 8.0 T - 50 m - 22.6 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Ile de France (91)
43,000
recherche grues GTMR
nous recherchons grues GTMR type 350.360.380.386.356.366. tout type de IGO.HD.HDT. nous recherchons grues à tour type H30.30C.H30.40C K30.30C .MD178.MC85....
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Auvergne (63)
20/04/2017
Potain HD36
2003 - 4.0 T - 32 m - 22.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Auvergne (63)
Potain IGO 50
2006 - 40 m - 22.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Auvergne (63)
Potain HD26
1995 - 0.8 T - 28 m - 20.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Auvergne (63)
Potain HD40
2000 - 4.0 T - 35 m - 23.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Auvergne (63)
Potain MC65
45 m - 30.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Auvergne (63)
6,900
Potain 386A
1990 - 8.0 T - 50 m - 26.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Auvergne (63)
Potain 360B
1989 - 45 m - 23.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Auvergne (63)
Masol Grue montage rapide Mazeau midi 12/8
8
Masol Grue montage rapide Mazeau midi 12/8
2017 - 13 m - 11.3 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Franche Comté (25)
Potain IGO 32
7
Potain IGO 32
2004 - 4.0 T - 30 m - 20.8 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Pays de la Loire (44)
Potain HD 14 A
4
Potain HD 14 A
1996 - 1,500.0 T - 20 m - 18.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Pays de la Loire (44)
Potain GTMR 386B
6
Potain GTMR 386B
2003 - 8.0 T - 50 m - 22.6 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Pays de la Loire (44)
Potain IGO50
5
Potain IGO50
2008 - 4.0 T - 40 m - 23.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
Netherlands
Potain HD25
7
Potain HD25
2000 - 2.0 T - 27 m - 18.5 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Berlin
Liebherr MK 88
1
Liebherr MK 88
2011 - 8.0 T - 45 m - 59.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Rheinland-Pfalz
Potain IGO36
5
Potain IGO36
2005 - 4.0 T - 32 m - 22.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Berlin
Potain HD40A
2
Potain HD40A
2007 - 4.0 T - 35 m - 23.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Berlin
Astom Mida B
10
Astom Mida B
1991 - 1.0 T - 18 m - 16.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Bayern
11,000
Potain GTMR386B - 402855
9
Potain GTMR386B - 402855
2006 - 8.0 T - 50 m - 36.2 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Rhône-Alpes (42)
Potain GTMR386 B - 93455
5
Potain GTMR386 B - 93455
2003 - 8.0 T - 50 m - 36.2 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Rhône-Alpes (42)
Potain IGO50 - 405652
6
Potain IGO50 - 405652
2007 - 4.0 T - 40 m - 20.8 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Rhône-Alpes (42)
Potain GTMR 346 B
5
Potain GTMR 346 B
2005
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain IGO 50
1
Potain IGO 50
2018
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain IGO 36
2
Potain IGO 36
2009
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
FB GA727 D80
5
FB GA727 D80
2016
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain HUP 32-27
10
Potain HUP 32-27
2016
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain IGO 42
8
Potain IGO 42
2010
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Liebherr LH 120K1
10
Liebherr LH 120K1
2009
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
FB GA 727 D80 NEU
4
FB GA 727 D80 NEU
2018
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain GTMR 386 B
6
Potain GTMR 386 B
2003
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain GTMR 386 B
8
Potain GTMR 386 B
2005
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain IGO 22
5
Potain IGO 22
2008
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain GTMR 331 C
1
Potain GTMR 331 C
2001
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain IGO 15
4
Potain IGO 15
2001
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain GTMR 386 B
2
Potain GTMR 386 B
2007
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain GTMR 336 B / LVF
7
Potain GTMR 336 B / LVF
2004
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain GTMR 336 B / LVF
6
Potain GTMR 336 B / LVF
2001
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Baden-Württemberg
Potain GTMR386A - 74551
3
Potain GTMR386A - 74551
1994 - 8.0 T - 50 m - 22.6 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
France, Midi Pyrénées (31)
Potain IGO18
5
Potain IGO18
2005 - 1.8 T - 24 m - 19.1 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Berlin
Potain HD40A
5
Potain HD40A
2001 - 4.0 T - 35 m - 23.0 m
Self-Erecting Cranes
Germany Berlin

Self-erecting crane

A brief introduction to Self Erecting Crane advantage

Self-erecting crane (called also a self-assembling crane) is a kind of material handling machine which belongs to tower cranes. Its major advantage is that the crane can be quickly transported and assembled without any outside help. The main parts of a self-erecting crane are: a platform, a tower, a horizontal or a luffing jib, and a counterweight combined with ballast which is located at the bottom of the tower. The slewing ring is situated on the platform. This heavy equipment is remotely controlled from the ground. It's powered with an electric motor, sometimes carries its own power generator. Therefore a self-erected crane is a fully independent and environment-friendly machine with a quiet and emission free engine.

Self-erecting crane

Self-erecting crane

Building a Self Erecting Crane

The transport of a self-erecting crane is as easy as the installation. The crane, usually folded in 3-4 sections, is towed on its own axles or on a flat bed (the ballast can be permanently attached or transported separately). Then it's hydraulically erected on the working site what usually lasts about half an hour. The calibration and testing takes about two hours. A telescopic tower enables the crane to adjust its height to the building's height. The crane can be unfolded as quick as assembled. It is a very useful construction machinery.

Self-erecting cranes are mainly used for the construction of low-rise buildings like private houses or small residential buildings. They're an ideal solution especially in conditions of limited space. The reach (jib length) of a self-erecting crane ranges from 80 to 160 feet (25 to 50 m), the hook height – from 55 to 120 feet (17 to 35 m), the maximum load – from 2,000 to 11,000 pounds (0.9 to 5 t).

The main manufacturers of self-erecting tower cranes and other heavy machinery are: Alfa, Benazzato, Benedini, Cadillon, Cattaneo, Cibin, Cinomatic, Comansa, Comedil, Edilgru, FB, FM-Gru, Liebherr, Manitowoc, Potain, Saez, San Marco.