Wall bracket jib cranes are an economical way to provide lifting coverage for individual use in bays, along walls, or near columns. Typically, these supplement overhead workstation cranes (feeder cranes) as the work cell crane (station crane). Capacities range from very light to heavy, and can span a very large area, up to 20′. A single tie rod is threaded at both ends for easy adjustments. These types of cranes are ideal for placement under ceiling obstructions.
• Cost effective to better fit your budget,
• Lightweight for easy movement,
• Small bracket centres allow for reduced headroom requirements.
• No foundation required,
• An adjustable friction brake limits over swing during highly repetitive cycles,
• Tapered roller bearings for easy operation, installation, and maintenance.
• Small bracket centers allow for reduced headroom requirements
Wall mounted jib cranes have a wide variety of options and capacities. The capacity of these types of jib cranes only depends on the structural support of the wall and your needs. From light-weight aluminium styles to heavy-duty steel, there is an endless option of wall-mounted jibs to choose from. Typically, we will see wall-mounted jib cranes used in work stations for tool lifting or in feeder applications.
- Capacities of 50 lbs. and 150 lbs.,
- Coverage: circular 50 lb. Standard spans from 4′ to 10′,
- 150 lb. Standard spans from 4′ to 12′,
- 50 lb, 180 degree rotation; 150 lb, 200 degree rotation,
- Designed to be smaller, lighter and more cost effective for applications with suspended tools.