The single girder overhead crane can be installed on traveling rails on the brackets of building pillars. This type of crane has a relatively larger capacity and can utilize space below ceiling rafters, and so a wider lifting range is assured.
The double girder overhead crane can be installed on traveling rails on the brackets of building pillars. The double rail type trolley runs along parallel girders suitable for larger capacity cranes, and also can utilize space below ceiling rafters, and so a wider lifting range assured.
The low-head crane is suspended from the traveling rail (I-beam) which is fixed to the ceiling rafters of the building. Because the traveling rail location and span can be freely chosen, the crane can be designed to suit production line processes. The detaching design for the track wheel and its axle reduces installation and maintenance time.
The pillar type jib crane is a stand-alone type equipped with a rotating jib system, which can be installed in any place, whether inside or outside of a building, by conducting simple foundation work.
The wall type jib crane is a wall-mount type equipped with a rotating jib system which can be installed on a wall or a pillar of a building. The I-beam can rotate 180 degrees.