When Do You Need A Gantry Crane
A gantry crane is a crane built on a structure, or gantry, to straddle something. Some examples are a container terminal on a large scale or something to hold up an engine at a mechanic on the small scale. Gantry cranes are sometimes referred to as portal cranes for the space that is open below them.
Portable Gantry Cranes are a must-have tool for rigging teams and maintenance departments because they're lightweight, adjustable, and easy to set up. With just 4 bolts located on the main beam, the Portable Gantry is super quick and easy to assemble and disassemble. Capacities available range from 1,100 lbs. to 11,000 lbs, including several span options per model. The beam height can be easily raised and lowered in the field by removing 2 bolts on each upright.
Lightweight & portable with easy on-site manual assembly:
– 4 portable parts on just 4 bolts
– Flat-packed for shipping & storage
– 360O swivel-locking castors as standard for easy positioning
– Simple, manual height & span adjustment
– Secure, captive trolley
Bolted structure, lateral beam, and leg bracing features allow complete stability for any lifting challenge.
Flexible system configurations WLL 1,100 lb (500 kg) to WLL 11,000 lb (5,000 kg). Variety of standard height configurations plus, customization where required, with interchangeable components (subject to WLL rating).
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