JIB CRANES


There are many different types of jib cranes available, either a floor mounted jib crane or wall mounted jib crane, providing different slew angles from 180 to 360 continuous.

We can also offer jib cranes with fully powered smooth jib crane arm rotation (slew), hoist travel and lift operation.

The standard jib crane design for an area with no headroom restrictions is the over braced type. When available headroom is limited then an under braced jib crane or articulated arm (knuckle) jib crane will provide maximum height of lift.

When access becomes awkward, a articulated arm ( knuckle) jib crane may provide the answer. Provision for an elbow in the jib crane arm allows even greater manoeuvrability, even into the corner of a room.

Capacities from 63 - 10000 kg  

Wall or Column Mounted Overbraced - 180 Wall or Column Mounted Underbraced - 180

wall mounted over braced jib crane

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wall mounted under braced jib crane

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Post Mounted Overbraced - 300 Post Mounted Underbraced - 300

post mounted over braced jib crane

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post mounted under braced jib crane

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Post Mounted Underbraced - 360 Post Mounted Articulated Arm

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articulated jib crane

 

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post mounted jib crane - mobile  

 

mobile jib crane

Thanks to the counter weight integrated in the crane base, our mobile jib crane is completely independent, so no fixings to the concrete floor are required.

 

The arm has a smooth, continuous, 360 degree slewing motion.

 

The jib crane will be suppied with a transport lock for the arm.

 

The crane can be moved by a crane trolley, forklift truck or overhead crane.

 

Please contact us for further details.

JIB CRANE FIXING SYSTEMS  

 

 

jib crane anchor bolts jib crane foundation

 

Different fixing systems are available as follows:

 

Column Mounted:

1. Bolt direct to the front flange of column

2. Clamp around the column

 

Post Mounted:

1. Bolt direct to concrete floor *

2. Bolt direct to concrete foundation

3. Bolt to cast-in anchor bolts in foundation

 

* ensure the floor is suitable to take the load. We offer larger base plates to spread the load over a greater area.