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  • Overhead Cranes  

  • Single Girder Overhead Crane

  • SingleGirder Underslung Crane

  • Double Girder Overhead Crane

  • Gantry Cranes

  • Semi-Gantry Crane

  • Jib Cranes

  • Light Cranes

  • Monorail

  • Workstation System

  • Special Cranes

  • Hoist & Winches

  • Crane Kits

  • Crane Control systems

​What Type of Crane Do I Need?


Lifting Capacity: 1~32t
Span: 7.5m~35m
Lifting Height: 6m,9m,12m,15m,18m
Working Class: M5,M6



Double Girder Overhead Crane

Lifting Capacity: 1~100t
Span: 7.5m~35.5m
Lifting Height: 6m,9m,12m,15m,18m

If you’ve done your research and determined that an overhead crane system could improve your facility’s production or material handling processes, then you’re probably beginning to realise that there are all different types of overhead cranes. You may be asking yourself, “What type of overhead crane do I need for my business?”

Overhead cranes can vary so much in terms of specifications and configurations. No two crane builds are exactly alike! A crane that worked in a similar building structure, or similar lifting application, may not be the best crane for your facility or your application. So, selecting the right type of crane for your business is critical to maximising efficiency, streamlining workflow, reducing cost, improving safety and minimising production time.

​There are four main types of overhead lifting systems available. 

  • Bridge Cranes

  • Gantry Cranes

  • Monorail Cranes

  • Jib Cranes

  • Workstation Cranes

Overhead Traveling Bridge Crane
This type of crane runs on an elevated runway system along the length of a factory and provides three axes of hook motion. Both single and double girder bridge designs are provided with great flexibility in allowing the hook to be positioned very precisely and for loads to be placed very gently. 


Gantry Crane
This type of crane is quite similar to the bridge crane except that it runs on a track at the floor level. The bridge (which carries the hoist and trolley) is supported by a pair of rigid steel legs which, in turn, are carried by a pair of end trucks along the floor-level runway. The gantry crane provides the same performance characteristics that an overhead bridge crane offers.


Jib Crane
This type of crane consists of a pivoting head and boom assembly, which carries a hoist and trolley unit. The pivoting head is supported either by a floor-mounted mast providing 360°-boom rotation or by an existing building column, which provides 180° of boom rotation. The jib crane can also be motorized to provide precise spotting of loads, however, the hook location is along a radial path rather than a simple X-Y arrangement.


This type of overhead lifting system is quite specialized and very effective when properly designed into the factory layout. Only two directions of hook travel are afforded by the monorail: up/down and along the axis of the monorail beam. It is not recommended (and quite dangerous) to push the load out from under the centerline of the monorail beam. 

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