Consolidated Transport offers a wide range of cranes to serve your needs- from rough terrain cranes to truck mounted cranes, from all-terrain cranes to mobile cranes. There are several factors that influence your choice of cranes.
Powerful in terms of strength
Do not underestimate the power of a mobile crane! Although they might be smaller in size than many of the other types of crane, mobile cranes will definitely win the battle when it comes to lifting heavy objects, not one but more than that. This type of crane has the ability to perform multitasking since it can lift more than one heavy object, at the same time. You may be wondering how can such a small crane lift so many heavy objects at one go?
From the word ‘mobile', it is understood easily that this crane is smaller in size and so can fit into smaller spaces compare to other crane types. On the other hand, it is a difficult task for the larger cranes to get in a cramped up space and perform the lifting job. It is like wearing childhood clothes that no longer fit you!
Since a mobile crane requires less space to function, it also requires less time for setting up. The time needed to set up a mobile crane in a construction site is very brief unlike other cranes like a tower crane. As a result, this crane needs lesser space to stabilize and also helps you to finish your work quickly.
The more mobile and flexible a crane is, the safer it is to use. And this is especially true for a mobile crane. It can easily access a congested site with narrow space and carry heavy objects with ease. Thereby it ensures the safety of the workers on the site and also meets your expectations.
With a mobile crane, you can easily make the impossible possible on a construction site. Thus, if you want a crane that will function properly in a small space, hiring a mobile crane is the best option for you!