Rooftop Lift in Reykjavik

Rooftop Lift in Reykjavik

UNIC URW-706 Rooftop Lift Installing Glazing

This UNIC URW-095 had the reach and heavy lifting capacity to help install glazing at a construction site in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Selected for its versatility and ability to work on rooftops, this UNIC mini crane helped lift and lower glazing for installation around the façade of this building.

The install took place next to Althing, the oldest surviving parliament in the world, founded in 930!

The UNIC URW-095 is one of smallest spider cranes in the UNIC range. At only 600mm wide and weighing 1850kg, this micro machine is ideal for rooftop lifting projects of this kind.

This mini crane is ideal both internal and external lifting operations and is capable of lifting heavy loads of almost a tonne thanks to its 8.65m long boom and features from a maximum hook height of 8.8 (10.47m with fixed hook).

UNIC URW-706 Rooftop Lift Installing GlazingThe URW-095 delivers unparalleled heavy lifting capacity for such a compact mini crane. It is perfect for use on glass installation, cladding, steel and more.

If you are looking to hire or purchase UNIC mini cranes in Iceland, contact our dedicated Iceland dealer, Smakranar here.

If you would like to find out more about the UNIC URW-095 mini spider crane, click here or contact us here.

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