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Electric Pick and Carry Crane Hire


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Electric Pick and Carry Cranes

Our Cranes

Specifications

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Our electric pick and carry cranes are ideal for working in confined spaces, for machinery installations and plant maintenance, and for precision lifting. All of our pick and carry cranes have non-marking tyres and are electric with complete fume-free operation which makes them perfect for indoor use.

  • Max capacity - 5,000kg

  • Max boom extension - 4.88m

  • Max boom angle - 55 degrees

  • Min boom angle - 0 degrees

  • Boom - main boom with 3 hydraulic sections

  • Operation - seated

  • Width - 1.6m

  • Length - 3.0m

  • Height - 2.0m

  • Weight - 5,000kg

  • Tyres - non marking

  • Power supply - electric (battery)

  • Max capacity - 7,500kg

  • Max boom extension - 5.4m

  • Max boom angle - 52 degrees

  • Min boom angle - minus 4 degrees

  • Boom - main boom with 3 hydraulic sections

  • Operation - seated

  • Width - 1.73m

  • Length - 3.34m

  • Height - 2.29m

  • Weight - 6,100kg

  • Tyres - non marking

  • Power supply - electric (battery)

  • Max capacity - 12,000kg

  • Max boom extension - 7.2m

  • Max boom angle - 50 degrees

  • Min boom angle - 0 degrees

  • Boom - main boom with 3 hydraulic sections

  • Operation - seated

  • Width - 2.1m

  • Length - 4.3m

  • Height - 2.32m

  • Weight - 14,000kg

  • Tyres - non marking

  • Power supply - electric (battery)

Go green with electric powered pick and carry cranes with fume free operation.

Where we work

Sectors

Our electric pick and carry cranes are ideal for working in confined spaces, for machinery installations and plant maintenance, and for precision lifting. All of our pick and carry cranes have non-marking tyres and are electric with complete fume-free operation which makes them perfect for indoor use.

Construction

Synergy Lifting supply crane hire and other lift and shift services on sites across the UK. From lifting roof trusses and pallets of materials to installing glass and erecting steelwork. Synergy Lifting have worked on small sites for local builders and large sites for main contractors. We also work with modular manufacturers and to date we have lifted over 600 prefabricated modules on sites across the UK.

HVAC Equipment

Synergy Lifting work with both manufacturers and installers of heating, ventilation and air conditioning units. We offer a number of services including offloading, lifting, shifting, and positioning HVAC equipment. As a registered Upper Tier Waste Carrier, we are also able to remove and dispose of redundant HVAC equipment from site too.

Networks and Telecommunications

With years of experience in the telecom sector, Synergy Lifting are able to offer a range of services including logistics, lifting and handling, storage, and traffic management for both the installation of new telecom equipment and the disposal of redundant telecom equipment. With nationwide coverage, we can act as a single point of contact for these services for network and telecommunication firms.

Industrial Equipment

Synergy Lifting offer a complete range of services for both suppliers and installers of industrial machinery and equipment – from storage to transport, lifting, installing, and relocating. We have experience working with heavy machinery (such as presses, milling machines, lathes etc.) and equipment (such as conveyors, screens, towers etc.).

Automotive

Synergy Lifting offer heavy machine moving services to companies in different stages of the supply chain for the automotive sector. Our heavy machine moving team have assisted with repairs to machinery and equipment and also helped with the installation of new machinery into assembly line productions for companies involved in the automotive sector.

Aerospace

Synergy Lifting are experienced providers of a range of services in the aerospace sector. For example, we have carried out the installation of overhead cranes and industrial scissor lifts at Airbus. We have also carried out dismantling works at British Aerospace and removed redundant equipment from manufacturing facilities in the aerospace sector.

Maritime

At Synergy Lifting we have worked on ports to provide on-board deliveries by crane and we have even worked to dismantle redundant dockside cranes. We also regularly lift different sized boats onto transport and cradles or into the water. With our usual special care taken, we recently lifted a ‘priceless’ 100 year old boat that had undergone restoration.

Rail

Synergy Lifting regularly work in close proximity to rail lines and have worked with firms in the rail sector to assist with a wide range of equipment installation and heavy lifts. We have lifted engines out of locomotives for restoration purposes, disposed of redundant rail equipment, and we have lifted and assembled bridges on rail infrastructure projects.

Electrical Power Generation

Synergy Lifting have worked on a variety of electrical power generation sites including biomass power plants and energy-from-waste sites. Our work on these sites has included combinations of crane hire and contract lifting, specialist lift and shift operations for installation projects, and dismantling and packaging of redundant equipment.

Wind Power and Renewable Energies

From installing towers, turbines, and rotor blades on site to loading and transporting gear boxes. Synergy Lifting have provided crane hire and contract lift services to firms involved in different stages of the wind power and renewable energies supply chain – from manufacturers to end users. We are able to assist at different stages – from initial install to repair stages and final decommissioning.

Food and Beverages

Synergy Lifting have worked on a range of food and beverage sites across the UK including Greggs, Weetabix, McCain’s, PepsiCo, Hains Daniels, and more. Our work has involved heavy machine movement for food and beverage equipment such as lifting and shifting ovens, coolers, and bottling machines into place utilising our machine moving equipment and providing contract lift services with heavy cranes.

Paper and Packaging

From print presses to labelling machines, our team have lifted heavy equipment through roof openings and factory entrances. From offloading to ingress and positioning, we are able to provide our client’s in the paper and packaging sector with a full package machine mover service by utilising a range of plant and machine moving equipment.

Plastics and Metals

Synergy Lifting have lifted and shifted plastic moulding machines into position and removed redundant equipment for disposal. Our heavy machine mover projects have also involved installing large overhead cranes for companies in the metal sector at their stock warehouse facilities. We offer a full package heavy machine movement service in the plastic and metals sectors.

Chemical

Our team have years of experience in installations for petrochemical producers, pharmaceutical manufacturers and chemical mixing plants involving radioactive material handling. We prioritise health and safety whilst carrying out a cost-effective and efficient heavy machine mover service for companies in the chemical sector.

Scientific

Our heavy machine mover team have assisted with lifting and shifting a range of scientific equipment into position in laboratories – such as X-ray machines and centrifuges. Our team are aware of the value and fragility of the equipment we move and extra care is always take to ensure our projects are carried out safely and efficiently for companies in the scientific sector.

Other

From brick factories to laundering facilities, from industrial rail manufacturers to restaurants… Synergy Lifting have worked across a multitude of sectors for client’s across the UK and even internationally. Our heavy machine mover team can offer a full package service from just one point of contact and can tackle any problem with a positive approach.

What you need

Crane Hire or Contract Lift

The table below outlines the key differences between a crane hire and a contract lift. The main difference is that if you do not have an appointed person to plan the lifting activities and you do not have the relevant insurances in place, you will need a contract lift service. If you are not sure which one is best for you, get in touch and we can help you figure out what you need.

Crane Hire

What does this include?

  • Crane with operator
  • Method statement and risk assessment
  • Qualified appointed person to plan lift
  • Qualified slinger signaller
  • Qualified lift supervisor
  • Insurance for damage to the crane
  • Insurance for damage to goods lifted
  • Legal responsibility for damage or injury

Contract Lift

What does this include?

  • Crane with operator
  • Method statement and risk assessment
  • Qualified appointed person to plan lift
  • Qualified slinger signaller
  • Qualified lift supervisor
  • Insurance for damage to the crane
  • Insurance for damage to goods lifted
  • Legal responsibility for damage or injury