Panther has recently been helping Salisbury Cathedral with the important inspection of medieval stone gargoyles. Panther, part of Lavendon Access Services, carried out a detailed site survey at the 750 year old Cathedral to ensure they supplied the correct machine for the 3 days of inspection by specialist stone masons to determine whether they needed to undertake restorative work.

 

Senior Sales Manager, Stewart Green, recommended one of the largest booms in Panther’s fleet, a B85 DS self-propelled telescopic boom for a number of reasons: “Although the gargoyles are fairly low down, at over 123 metres the Cathedral is actually

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