Hands-free crane radios used on Tottenham Hotspurs development

Northumberland Development Project

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Posted 19 April 2016

SFL Mobile Radio is pleased to announce it will be supplying dual hands-free crane radio systems for the ongoing Tottenham Hotspur F.C. stadium development.

The 61,000-capacity state-of-the-art stadium estimated to be costing £750m, is part of the Northumberland Development Project aiming to build a football stadium which will replace White Hart Lane as the home stadium of Tottenham Hotspur.

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The development plans also include 579 new homes, 180 room hotel, local community health centre, the ‘Tottenham Experience’ – a Spurs museum and club shop, extreme sports facility and the already complete Lilywhite House, which contains a supermarket, university technical college and new club administration buildings.

The crane radio set-up which will used on site, utilises digital DMR radio technology and offers crystal clear radio transmissions and increased radio coverage, whilst reducing interference and background noise.

Crane hands-free radio

Crane hands-free radio

The SFL crane hands-free system which will be fitted to HTC Wolffkran’s cranes allows the crane operator to fully concentrate on crane operations whilst maintaining contact with their lifting team, critical for safe lifting operations.

Depending on your site’s requirement, SFL have single crane or multi-crane options which are both approved by Ofcom for use within the UK.

SFL has supplied hundreds of sites with our bespoke communications tool for crane use which can either be installed by the customer or by a fully trained SFL radio engineer.

If you require additional information on this product and how it can benefit your crane operations please do not hesitate to contact our sales team on 0800 975 7228.

Find out more about our hands-free crane radio set up in our special products section below.

Digital Hands-Free Crane Radio System

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