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Jib cranes are fairly simple in terms of design: a single horizontal arm swiveling on a vertical support beam carries a lifting crane apparatus to lift loads anywhere within reach of the arm. Floor-mounted jib cranes are highly versatile: if mounted a sufficient distance from any walls or obstructions, they can have 360° mobility within a workspace. Pillar-mounted jib cranes, which have a stronger mounting attachment within the structure's foundation, can offer the same range of movement with increased lifting capacity.
Cantileered or wall mounted jib cranes attach to a building's vertical support beam and rotate 180°. This mounting configuration allows for maximum floor space.
- Range of weight capacities available, ranging from 1/8 ton to 5 tons
- Choose from a range of arm lengths, running from 6' to 24' with various heights to choose from depending on the type of crane