1000 lbs. capacity davit crane, 100% made in the USA. Features 360 degree rotation, 4 different boom height adjustments, Manual Din rated CE winch with brake (Includes power drill adaptor), Zinc plated finish, AC & DC winch option, Individually tested and includes test certificate, Pedestal or socket bases (includes mounting template). Read more...More Product Announcements from OZ Lifting Products LLC
Gorbel's I-Beam Jib Cranes are available in capacities to 5 ton with spans to 20'. I-Beams are ideal for heavier capacities and longer spans, and are a great solution underneath large bridge cranes, in open areas where they can serve several work stations, in outdoor applications such as loading docks, or in machining and assembly operations. Read more...More Product Announcements from Gorbel Inc.
Wallace Cranes - bring your heavy lifting problems down to size. As you try to do more with less, you can use a Wallace Crane to help rearrange your workflows to optimize product paths. When it comes time to put your plans in action, our versatile, portable cranes can make difficult moves look like child's play. Read more...More Product Announcements from Wallace Cranes
For less demanding applications, Wallace offers Mighty Mite Cranes with ¼ thru ½ ton capacities; adjustable heights from 7 ft. 11 in. to 12 ft. 0 in., spans from 8 to 15 ft. These cranes can be configured with inboard or outboard bracing and as a cantilever (with appropriate counterweights if necessary). Read more...More Product Announcements from Wallace Cranes
Wallace Cranes - Standard cranes as a start point for custom lift equipment. While the standard Wallace Crane includes casters, for some applications customers want a crane bolted to the floor. Read more...More Product Announcements from Wallace Cranes
Adjustable span gives more advantages - bracing may be inboard or outboard or cantilever configuration. Cantilever overhang is limited to 25% of the I-beam length. Cantilever capacity is limited to 60% of the rated load. Read more...More Product Announcements from Wallace Cranes