PEDESTRIAN OPERATED TOWER CRANE
With a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane a full time cab based driver is not required therefore the driver can assist in slinging loads and reduce total personnel involved in a clients lift. They are fast to erect, agile and easy to operate. Pedestrian Operated Tower Cranes (POTC) are commonly known as self-erecting tower cranes and are usually mounted on a trailer-type chassis that transports the crane to the place of work and are then unfolded and erected. Pedestrian operated means that the controls are operated from ground level and mainly through a unit worn by the operator with the control signals sent to the crane via an umbilical cord or radio signals which allows the operator to walk around site as he operates the crane. View our Pedestrian operated Tower Cranes Here >>>
A trained operator can be supplied by Sparrow Crane Hire or the client can use his own designated operator. CPCS standards training being offered at Sparrow training facility or Non- CPCS training depending on what is required. Onsite training also offered. Check out Sparrow’s training solutions www.sparrowtrainingsolutions.co.uk
For more details of a comprehensive list on the different types of self erecting tower crane's that you can hire from Sparrow, visit here for our highly maintained cranes that we have in stock. All with different lifting capabilities from the length of jib to the counterweights used. Ease of use with remote control operation, flexibility for restricted areas, with or without an operator. We will guide you through all the paperwork and help you make the right choice.
View our Case Study of a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane in action in Wentworth, Surrey.