Underslung Cranes

Underslung Cranes

Product Details:
  • Load Capacity: 5-10 ton
  • Span: 0-20 feet
  • Hoist Travelling Speed: 5-10 m/min
  • Power Source: Electric
  • Usage/Application: Industrial
  • Brand: S Crane
  • Material: MS

S. CRANE UNDERSLUNG CRANES: Special' building characteristics often require a special crane design. S.CRANE underslung traveling cranes provide an optimal solution where the building structures make the normal traveling cranes less suitable. The main feature is that the crane track is not fastened to pillars but to the beams of the building. Over and above these special requirements the S.CRANE underslung cranes offer the advantage of very small trolley approach dimensions and as a result an optimal utilisation of the building width.

S.CRANE underslung travelling cranes provide a load capacity range of 0.5 T up to 10 T and spans of up 25 m. An optimal area coverage can be achieved by individually fitting the cantilever. The highest hook position can be further increased by inserting the main girder between the end carriages.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Capacity : 0.5 Tons Onwards
  • Span : 5 meter to 40 meter
  • Lift : 0.5 meter to 80 meter

SPECIAL FEATURES
  • LIMIT SWITCHES: To prevent over hoisting & over lowering of hook.
  • PUSH BUTTON STATIONS: Extra light, handy, easy to operate, aluminium, fabricated from extruded section.
  • SOFT STARTS: Electric/Electronic soft start modules electrically coupled to the long travel drives to achieve jerk free, cushioned & smooth starts.
  • MAINTENANCE PLATFORM WITH HAND RAILlNG: Easy, simple & safe maintenance of the Crane extended partially or totally along the girder.
  • SHROUDED BUS BAR ARRANGEMENT ;- Fitted along the Gantry - simple, safe, suitable for multiple cranes in the same bay.

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
  • Two speeds in all drives.
  • Limit switches & brakes in cross travel drive. Independent push button station for bulky jobs.
  • Radio Remote Control for wireless control.
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