Two TEICHMANN Gantry cranes for new sewer canal project in North Bristol in just 4 months

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Both gantry cranes with a lifting capacity of each 10t and 12t have a span of 25m and can be used in tandem mode, using a remote control. The cranes can travel with a speed of up to 40m/min and are equipped with a sensor to prevent collision. In an emergency, the cranes switch off automatically. Both cranes were manufactured and delivered to the customer in the UK in just 4 months.

Among with the gantry cranes, TEICHMANN CRANES also rented out two mobile crane tracks, one 48m long and the other 60m long.

The infrastructure project by the Wessex Water Group includes a complete renewal of the sewage system at a length of 6.5km and is intended to prepare the metropolitan areas of Bristol and South Gloucestershire for more population growth in the future. The total project costs of the project are at about 55 million GBP. The infrastructure project will approximately be finished in 2022.


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