An optimal area coverage can be achieved by providing the overhang on both sides of the under slung crane. The highest position can be increased by a suitable crane and end carriage design.
Among the many varieties of horizontal cranes, jib cranes come up as a reliable alternative. One of their distinct features, as compared to other cranes, is that they are used in areas with a certain obligation of material handling with space constraints.
Other than in industrial spaces, they are also deployed on vehicles used by the traffic police / military. Its structure enables the equipment to swing through an arc or give an additional movement to the same. They come fitted with hoists on the boom or arm so that goods can be reached without any complexities. The experience of S.Cranes enables them to minimize the human effort, as they can effectively load heavy weights with ease. Just like other cranes, even their design is compact making them easy to maintain and operate. These machines are created with single as well as dual-disc electromagnetic DC brakes that feature automatic braking when the power fails.
The type of JIB cranes, are generally used for light or medium duty jobs.These cranes are made as per BIS numbers 807 & 3177 (for crane) and BIS number 3938 (for hoist).
Another cool aspect of the jib crane is its swivel, which can be either manual or electrical. S. Cranes makes jib crane in such a way that their swivel can angle up to 360 degrees, depending on the type of the crane. S.Cranes follows all the essential BIS standards and accident prevention regulations. These machinery are generally for use only in enclosed buildings.
The Jib cranes can be either with a self supporting column giving upto 360° swivel or building column mounted with swivel upto 180°. Generally these are used with a chain pulley block or chain electric hoist as a lifting unit.Download Brochure
Modular design, covering a very wide operating range. The systems are designed for ease of installation and maintenance and reliable operation, with fuseless circuitry, ducted wiring and non-screwed terminals. Each drive group is equipped with a motor overload protection device to provide effective protection against inadmissible overloading.