Cantilever Crane


Application

Cantilever cranes are cranes that runs on an aerial runway. Unlike the EOT cranes, the runway is located in the same vertical level and has the advantage compared to the semi gantry cranes to avoid the legs on the floor, allowing more useful space. 

GH wall travelling jib cranes are available from 1 ton up to 25 tons in single and double girder version.


Why Choose Us?

When you buy a new crane from us. We ensure that you are paying for the following:

+ Safety
+ Competitive Pricing
+ Superior Technology
+ Reliability
+ Durability 
-  Maintenance


Superior Hoist Technical Features
  • Smooth running. Acceleration/deceleration control to prevent dangerous swing
  • Electric braking, allowing the service brake to work as a safety brake in practice
  • Compact design for the closest approaches, making efficient use of available space
  • No Counter weight = lower moments of inertia
  • Minimum duty service classification ISO M5
  • C-Shaped design for better approaches
  • Reduced weight, transmitting less stress to the structure
Cross Travel Motor :  Speed regulation by frequency inverter
                                 Direct Drive, with 2 wheels on each side of girder

Hoisting Motor :        Encoder safety
                                 IP- 55 Protection
                                 Duty Cycle 60% ED

Helical gears :           Smooth Running
                                 Excellent Lubrication
                                 All gears in closed housing with oil bath

Wire roper guide :     Latest-generation materials
                                 Longer wire rope life with less wear


Designed for the Lowest Maintenance

At MPH, We cannot emphasis more on building a quality crane with require the minimum maintenance. We understand the needs for a good and reliable crane, thus we do not just build a crane for you. 

We also ensures that the crane has the most practical application for your workplace and minimize the downtime to maximize the production. 

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