This blog post will be part of a two-post series on bridge crane types. In this second part, we will be discussing Double Girder Overhead Bridge Cranes and their benefits and drawbacks.
This blog post will be part of a two-post series on bridge crane types. In this first part, we will be discussing Single Girder Overhead Bridge Cranes and their benefits and drawbacks.
Variable Frequency Drive upgrades are one of the most popular crane upgrades and there are many reasons to upgrade today.
Yes. According to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) standard,B30.11 you need to have your maintenance and repair personnel certified to work on overhead cranes and monorails.
Revised in 2010, the most apparent change to the B30.11 standard is the addition of Chapter 11 – 4, “Maintenance Training and Maintenance.” B30.11-4.1 states, “Maintenance training shall be provided to promote proficient adjustments, repairs, and replacements on crane and monorail systems….”
We have offer all standard voltage options for our overhead cranes and crane kits.
We offer cranes in both Three (3) Phase and single phase configurations voltages. The most popular and efficient voltage option for overhead cranes and hoists in the United States is 460 Volt 3 Phase. Most of our in stock fast ship crane kits are configured for this voltage. Some less common and international voltage options may lead to longer lead times, but are available.
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