The TLS 75 16T first saw the light of day in 2009, and was a significant step forward for the Saez factory, as at the time the TLS 65 8T had been the largest crane we’d produced.
Today the TLS 75 16T enjoys global success, and has taken pride of place on many emblematic big construction projects, such as the City-Pride tower in London. The English capital saw this crane soar to 254 metres in height, becoming the highest tower crane in Europe.
The TLS 75 16T incorporates the same cutting-edge technology that we see throughout the TLS and SLH range, including a “prohibited zone system” fitted as standard, and “remote assistance” for any troubleshooting.
In keeping with our overall design philosophy seen across the Saez flat-top range, the TLS 75 16T has been developed with both ease of use and swift assemble in mind. It shares 75% of its component parts with its sister cranes with both smaller and greater capacity, and so this model is easily incorporated into a crane rental fleet.
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