All cranes have a lead time of 4–6 weeks from when you place the order.
All loading platforms have a lead time of 6–8 weeks from when you place the order.
In a word, no. It is important to consider vehicle stability, payload and axle loadings when specifying a crane. What is the carrying capacity of your vehicle and what weight do we realistically have to work with for the crane when you take into account any other auxiliary items (such as vehicle racking) and passengers?
Our Area Sales Managers are experts in this topic and they will guide you through this, letting you know what models will be suitable for you vehicle.
A further consideration is regarding the strength or the vehicle body. Is the body strong enough to support the crane? Again, we will work through this with you. There is often work we can do to strengthen the body to a sufficient level to support the crane.
To be able to specify a crane or loading platform we would need to know:
The cranes in our PH range can be PTO driven.
You can contact the sales office on 01246 811 475 or contact your area manager
BS 7121-1 is the essential standard for those planning and carrying out lifting operations with cranes in the UK. BS 7121-1 gives recommendations for the safe use of cranes permanently or temporarily installed in a work environment. BS 7121-1 covers the following for lifting operations:
BS 7121-1 provides guidance on complying with the requirements of the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment 1998 and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998. This standard is also used by Health and Safety Executive and Courts as an indication of good practice.