TabsDescription NRGmaster: The Future of Crane Electrification NRGmaster is a crane electrification system that supplies power to the hoist. It is a substitute to the crane festoon system. NRGmaster is for wire rope hoist cranes located indoors or outdoors(under roof). NRGmaster does not work with cranes with chain hoists, in extreme ambient temperature locations, in high dust areas, outdoors (no roof), or in hazardous sites. Crane spans up to 100 ft (30 m) Maximum hoist capacity = 80 tons (80,000 kg) One (1) hoist per bridge Under-hung low headroom or normal headroom, and double girder suspensions Faster crane installation CSA approved cables Increased hook coverage on shop floor Decrease maintenance pitfalls associated with traditional c-track festoons Radio control comes standard Ambient temperature range: 32 - 105° F Cannot be used in high dust areas or in hazardous locations No dangling cables NRGmaster consists of power and control cables that are enclosed in a flexible chain. The chain sits in a guide channel that is secured to the web of the bridge girder. The free end of the chain bends into a U-shape and is connected to the hoist tow arm while the other end fastens to the channel. No dangling festoon cables greatly reduces maintenance costs of a overhead crane because festoons can get caught, snagged, and broken on various objects. Power supply track and cord Drop stop dog for long service life and unsupported length Smooth and large interior for long cable life Long pins for extended service life Dirt resistant PVC plastic for interior use: 32 F - 104 F Tapered insertion point for easy and quick assembly Best trolley end approach dimensions The NRGmaster uses new Spacemaster® Clearance dimensions which increases overall space usage and work efficiency. Flexible power track The NRGmaster's power and control cables are secured in a flexible chain that bends into a U-shape. FAQs Six Reasons to Buy a Crane Kit from Hoosier Crane How can I save money by buying an overhead crane kit? How hard is it to put one of these crane kits together? Do I need an electrician to wire the overhead crane kit?