Overhead Cranes & Industrial Lifting Equipment
Overhead Cranes and Industrial Lifting Devices can be a real time saver in many production jobs. Not only do they improve productivity, but they also create a safer work environment for employees.
Cranston Material Handling of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has decades of experience with industrial cranes and lifting devices. No two industries or businesses are exactly alike, and knowing which products will create the most efficient and effective solution for your business, is what we do best.
When it comes to optimizing your space with industrial cranes and lifting devices, Cranston Material Handling of Pittsburgh has the experience you want.
Types Of Overhead Cranes
Workstation Bridge Cranes
Cleveland Tramrail Cranes
Tethering Crane Systems
Types Of Industrial Lifting Devices
Easy Arm Intelligent Lifting Device
G-force Intelligent Lifting Device
Benefits of Overhead Cranes & Lifting Devices
Improved Load Control
Increased Utilization Of Floor Space
Minimizing Worker’s Exertion
Lower Operating Costs
Reduced Worker Injuries
Flexibility of Equipment
Easy to Maintain
Reduced Manual Load
Our Warehouse Lifting Equipment Meets All OSHA Safety Standards
Compliance to all OSHA safety standards is another thing you can count on with Cranston Material Handling of Pittsburgh. Our cranes are designed to meet the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s regulations regarding industrial cranes and lifting devices.
You can be assured that your new crane or intelligent lifting device will meet all industry standards and inspections.
Warehouse Lifting Equipment FAQs
How does an overhead crane move and how is it supported?
A Gorbel crane moves in both the x & y directions. It can be easily moved manually by the operator or it can be motorized. The crane’s hoist is connected by a trolley to a horizontal beam called a bridge. The hoist moves back and forth along the bridge. The bridge the travels on steel beams called runways. The runways are supported by freestanding posts or the steel structure that supports the celling. The area under the crane where material can be picked up is called the hook coverage area.
What types of industrial cranes are there?
There are many different types of cranes that are used for a variety of different tasks. The most common types of cranes include,Workstation cranes, Bridge cranes, Monorails, Gantry cranes, and Jib cranes. For assistance determining which crane is best for your operation, contact us today.
Why You Should Choose Cranston Material Handling To Help You With Your Industrial Crane Project
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