4 Tonne Tower Crane

4 Tonne Self Erecting Tower Crane

Potain IGO 36

The Potain Igo 36 is a self-erecting tower crane. It is not only an exremely compact self-erecting tower crane, but it is also one of the most versatile options. The Igo 36 offers excellent value for money, and it is effortless to operate. The Igo 36 has a lifting capacity of 4 tonnes and a maximum 10.7m radius, with a maximum jib length of 32m. The Potain Igo 36 Self Erecting Tower Crane is specifically designed to be used in restricted areas such as narrow streets, tight alleyways, or even indoors. Other Potain Tower Cranes such as the Tower Crane Potain HD-40A and Tower Crane Potain HD-16 are also available for hire from AOR Cranes Sydney. With proven reliability and performance in heavy-duty applications, it is ideal for working on steep sites or where there are obstructions close to the ground.


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    What is a Self Erecting Tower Crane?

    Self-erecting tower cranes are heavy-duty equipment used in industrial environments to move materials, products, and other items such as steel beams. These cranes are quite useful for lifting large objects that can be hard to move by hand. Tower cranes are known for their ability to work on various terrain around the construction site. The main advantage of a tower crane is that it does not need a base or column. This is because tower cranes do not require large bases or columns to support them. The crane is mounted on top of a rail car with wheels attached, allowing the crane to be easily moved around the construction site. Once set up, these towers are essentially ready for use.

    What is a Self Erecting Tower Crane Used For?

    Self-erecting tower cranes are one of the most popular crane types. They have been around and been tested for many years and continue to be the top choice for many builders and contractors. Tower cranes are used in many construction tasks.

    Potain Igo 36 Self Erecting Tower Crane Features

    The Igo 36 is well adapted to various lifting applications with a 4 tonner load capacity and 10.7m working radius and can be delivered fully assembled on a low bed type truck or trailer. With multiple transport options, the Igo 36 is easy to move from site to site with minimal effort. The Potain Igo 36 Self Erecting Tower Crane is also quick to set up. Requiring very few people to assemble, you'll find the Potain Igo 36 Self Erecting Tower Crane easy to operate in various conditions. The Potain Igo 36 Self Erecting Tower Crane’s incredible features make it one of the best options for almost any job site.

    The Potain Igo 36 Self Erecting Tower Crane Features are as follows:

    • A self-erecting system allowing rapid assembly in little time
    • Maximum height: 26 m
    • Jib length: 32 m
    • Max lifting capacity: 4t 
    • Mechanical winch (2 speeds) with fixed sheave

    If you have any questions about our crane hire services or would like to request a quote, please contact us today on 0414 441 667 or fill out this form. We look forward to assisting you with any of your crane hire needs.


    What are the risks in hiring a crane?

    By hiring a crew that is both well trained and experienced, the risks associated with crane hire are significantly reduced. We prioritize the regular servicing and updating of all our equipment to guarantee its safety and effectiveness. In addition, our team undergoes continuous training to stay up-to-date with the latest best practices.

    Choosing crane hire eliminates the hazardous risk of taking shortcuts on site. Attempting to lift materials using manual labor can result in serious injuries and damaged goods.

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    I don't know the weight of what I need lifted, will I be able to get an accurate estimate still?

    Providing the most accurate estimate becomes a challenging task when the details such as weight and distance are not precisely known. Each unique weight, distance, and environment call for different types of cranes. To assist you promptly, it is beneficial to have as much information as possible beforehand. However, rest assured that we offer free site visits prior to scheduling a crane to ensure the safety of the crane setup and to guarantee the presence of the appropriate crane on-site.

    Which crane will I need?

    Determining the perfect crane for your needs can be challenging without our comprehensive inspection of the site, either through our advanced online technology or a personal visit. To get the ball rolling, reach out to one of our team members, and we'll kickstart the process without delay.

    Can you lift a spa into my backyard?

    Yes, spa lifts are one of our most sought-after services. Our expertise in this field is unparalleled, and we take pride in offering the most valuable advice on safely lifting spas into your home. Typically, the biggest challenge when it comes to spa lifts is navigating around powerlines and neighboring properties. However, fear not, as we possess the knowledge and guidance to seamlessly overcome these obstacles and deliver the spa of your dreams right to your backyard!


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