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Overhead Crane

Synonyms: 
Overhead Cranes
Bridge Crane
Bridge Cranes
Overhead Bridge Crane
Overhead Bridge Cranes
EOT
Electric Overhead Travelling Crane

Demystifying Classifications: FEM Hoist Duty Classifications

Today we are going to discuss the FEM hoist duty classifications and when you might come across FEM classifications in a facility.  This is the third blog post in our Demystifying Classifications series.  The next post in the series will be the final post comparing each of the classifications so you can determine which overhead crane and hoist best suites your application.

Demystifying Classifications: HMI/ASME Hoist Duty Classifications

Today we are going to discuss the HMI and ASME hoist duty classifications and how to choose the best hoist for your application.  This is the second blog post in our Demystifying Classifications series.  We will be covering each type of classification in a biweekly post.  We will also be doing a comparison of these classifications as a separate post so you can determine which overhead crane and hoist best suits your application.

Video: Class E Overhead Crane Install

This installation video shows the Hoosier Crane install team setting a 15 Ton Class E Crane.  One of our local customers recently began a project to expand their production capabilities. This customer used to buy pre-slit steel coils for their metal fabrication shop.  As part of their expansion they decided to bring more of the production process in house.  This required the addition of new steel coil slitting machines and a new coil crane.  The demanding requirements of a fast paced steel fabricator required a crane designed to CMAA Class E standards.

What is your maximum bridge span length that you can manufacture?

Hoosier Crane can create as wide a span length as needed for your overhead crane.

We have the resources to design and manufacture the perfect overhead crane for your application no matter the bridge length. Depending upon the length of the bridge and the capacity of the overhead crane, the design may require using box girders instead of traditional wide flange steel beams.  This is a function of the length and load on the bridge and the fact that there is a maximum length in which standard wide flange steel beams are available.

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