Helping Contractors Build More Profitably.
Introducing the Potain Self-Erecting Tower Crane to your next job.
Potain is changing the nature of how contractors are building projects across North America. They reduce manual labor needs, perform the jobs of several pieces of heavy equipment at once and dramatically increases efficiency on the jobsite. Contractors are saving thousands of dollars by switching to self-erecting tower cranes, and building faster than before.
Three Quick Facts on Self-Erecting Tower Cranes
Simple, rapid and entirely autonomous, they fold up into the size of a semi-trailer, making them easy to transport going down the road.
Many models have self-contained counterweights, and axle sets are possible with smaller units, making fast erection and onsite moves possible.
They are especially suited for construction sites that require frequent operations of transport, setting up, erection and dismantling.
See it in Action - Four Huge Advantages on Every Jobsite
Join the Next Generation of Building. Potain self-erecting tower cranes are changing the way contractors are building on jobsites anywhere from 1 to 8 stories. The benefits of self-erecting tower cranes deliver real results. Check out this quick video on some of the top reasons why you should use a Potain self-erecting tower crane on your Next Build.
The Best Change You Will Ever Make - How You Build.
Potain self-erecting tower cranes are easy to learn and operate.
- Only one crew member is needed to operate the crane by remote control.
- Operator can place loads exactly in place with increased visibility and operation.
- Quick setup and decommission by wireless remote control enables the crane to erect itself with hydraulic outriggers and integrated counterweights.
- Compact footprint allows it to be placed in tight working quarters with the benefit of no foundation and minimal ground preparation needed.
- Reduces equipment needed on the jobsite, as the crane’s extensive up-and-over reach can cover entire sites, with no additional access roads required.