Reliable, quality dry crane hire now available

Transparent glass wall of office building

SVSR’s fleet of mini cranes is ideal for tight access locations, public spaces, natural terrains and specialist operations including glass lifting, beam lifting and high rise construction.

Whilst we have a specialist team of crane operators and dogmen, our dry crane hire is a practical choice for construction companies and teams already equipped with rigging licences.

We have a lot of call for dry crane hire,” says Arthur Togias, SVSR Business and Development Manager. “We have both three-tonne and four-tonne mini cranes and while we often send an operator (wet hire) for one or two-day jobs, dry hire is particularly cost-effective for construction and longer commercial projects.”

Workers holding the hanging mini crane

Dry crane hire for construction

SVSR recently provided dry crane hire to BondClad Facades, a Sydney based company that supplies and installs façade materials including curtain wall glazing, prefinished cladding, architectural louvres, glass-reinforced concrete (GRC) and structural steel.

The crane was an ideal fit for the project – cladding installation at the University of New South Wales in Kensington, which is one stage of a larger redevelopment project.

We provided a brand new crane to BondClad for the project duration, which was around two weeks,” explains Arthur. “We provided fast delivery and it was the most cost-efficient option for them given they have their own trained crane operators. They were pleased with the service and particularly happy that it was a brand new crane.”

4-tonne Maeda MC-405 mini crawler crane

Our agile mini crane fleet

SVSR provided BondClad Facades with a new 4-tonne Maeda MC405 mini crawler crane, recently purchased to help meet accelerated demand across the marketplace for agile and tight access mini cranes.

The MC405 is Maeda’s latest 4-tonne model, featuring a working radius of 16m, a lifting capacity of 3.83t x 2.7m and a lifting height of 16.8m. It’s equipped with an outrigger safety system and a fully automatic five-section pentagonal telescopic boom.

Our fleet also includes the smaller but still powerful MC305, featuring an outrigger safety system with a maximum working radius of 12m and a lifting capacity of 2.98t x 2.5m.

Two men operating mini cranes

Benefits of mini crane use

Cladding installation is one of many potential uses for mini cranes, as Arthur explains:

We’re seeing a lot more call for mini cranes from construction and civil companies, landscapers and plenty of glass companies. They’re a very versatile machine, so we can lift anything from fragile glass panels to large boulders, safely and effectively.”

While mini cranes have large span and lifting capability, they’re also ideal for tight access locations and areas that other cranes can’t reach, from electrical substations to heritage sites and interior spaces including cinemas and shopping centres.

The agility and accessibility are a drawcard for many SVSR customers.

A man happily operating a mini crane

Complete customer solutions

SVSR has been providing crane hire for decades, and we’re particularly proud of our broad capability and leading customer solutions.

We understand project timeframes, site safety and your need for reliable delivery and high performance cranes. With a skilled team at hand, we can also provide operators and dogmen at short notice, and we provide site safety inductions.

Please contact us for our agile and efficient wet or dry crane hire for your next project.

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SVSR Mini Crane Hire

29 Shepherd St, Liverpool
NSW 2170

02 8103 5020