Jib Cranes lift and transport materials in semi-circles (180 degrees) or full circles (360 degrees) around their support structure. These jib cranes can also be used to “hand-off” materials to adjacent workstations. Hoists, manipulators, or balancers can be installed on the jibs’ booms. Our articulating jib cranes have booms with two axes so they can reach around obstacles, such as columns. All of our jibs quickly fold out of the way of overhead cranes.
I-Beam Jib cranes exist in multiple configurations to support a variety of applications. Examples of workplaces that use jib cranes include warehouses, military facilities, equipment manufacturers, and order fulfillment providers. In general, jib cranes are categorized according to their mounting configurations: Free Standing, Floor Supported, and Wall Mounted. As a safety manager or plant operator, you would likely agree that two of your top goals are to maximize productivity and promote workplace safety.
Enclosed Track Jib Cranes provide excellent coverage in circular areas not efficiently served by the main crane. They’re ideal for supporting tool balancers, air balancers, hoists, vacuum lifters, and welding wire feeders. They can handle up to 200° rotation when column or wall-mounted, and up to 360° rotation when floor mounted.
Enclosed Track Jib Cranes can provide a major boost to productivity in your plant or warehouse. However, many people are unaware of the many safety-related benefits they can bring to your workplace. From reducing injuries to promoting a smooth training experience, enclosed track jib cranes can help you in your quest to establish a culture of safety within your business.
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