- Freestanding Jib Cranes
Freestanding Jib Cranes
- Precision tapered roller bearings in top pivot and trunnion assemblies provide smooth operation and long life.
- Full supporting triangular base plate gussets are used (in lieu of struts) to minimize crane deflection, thus making it easier to accurately position loads.
- Independent head assembly installed separately from the boom for easier installation.
- Recessed bearing assembly allows greatly reduced clearances needed for installation.
- Bolted head/boom connection permits separate installation and provides maximum lift for the hoist since it can be installed very close to the underside of the lower ceiling obstruction for greater headroom.
- In-head, totally enclosed, bottom entry collector assembly allows for the option of easily adding power to the hoist for 360 degree rotation at the time of or after purchase.
- Optional power rotation makes moving heavy loads even easier.
- Circular, 360 degree coverage areas.
- Outdoor applications such as loading docks.
- Applications underneath large bridge cranes.
- Open areas where the jib can service a large radius.
- Machining or assembly applications where one jib can be overlapped with other jibs to provide staged coverage.
- Freestanding jib crane series manual rotation stops.
- Freestanding jib crane series bottom entry collector.
- Freestanding jib crane series crane top entry collector.
- Retrofit I universal motorized kit - 1/4 to 2 tons, 20 ft. maximum span.
- Retrofit II universal motorized kit - 3 to 5 tons, 20 ft. maximum span.
- Tagline assemblies to attach to jib boom.
- Freestanding jib crane anchor bolt templates.
- Multi-position lock device.
- Single-position lock device.