Workshop Bridge Crane
Single girder overhead crane:
An overhead crane, commonly called a bridge crane, is a type of crane found in industrial environments. An overhead crane consists of parallel runways with a traveling bridge spanning the gap. A hoist, the lifting component of a crane, travels along the bridge.
Single girder overhead crane for assembly line are commonly used in the refinement of steel and other metals such as copper and aluminium. At every step of the manufacturing process, until it leaves a factory as a finished product, metal is handled by an overhead crane. Raw materials are poured into a furnace by crane, hot metal is then rolled to specific thickness and tempered or annealed, and then stored by an overhead crane for cooling, the finished coils are lifted and loaded onto trucks and trains by overhead crane, and the fabricator or stamper uses an overhead crane to handle the steel in his factory. The automobile industry uses overhead cranes to handle raw materials. Smaller workstation cranes, such as jib cranes or gantry cranes, handle lighter loads in a work area, such as CNC mill or saw.
In many instances the cost of a bridge crane can be largely offset with savings from not renting mobile cranes in the construction of a facility that uses a lot of heavy process equipment.
Double girder bridge crane:
1. Double girder bridge crane operation room is divided into three types: split type, closed type and heat preservation.
2. The entrance of the double girder bridge crane control room platform is divided into three types: side, end and top.
3.H is the height added to the cart bumper.
4. Double girder bridge cranes are divided into indoor and indoor. The technical requirements for the highest and lowest temperature of the working environment and the type of power supply should be indicated when ordering.
5. Added overload limiter, large screen display and various protection devices to further increase the safety during use.
6. Double girder bridge cranes generally adopt air operation mode, which is different from other ground cranes.
Air-operated electric double girder bridge crane
Air operations means that there is a separate small operating room under the crane, while the ground operation is operated by the operator.