WHY CHOOSE A DOUBLE LIFTING SYSTEM04 June, 2021
Do you need to handle bulky pieces or pieces with complex shapes?
The ideal technical solution for you is the double lifting overhead crane, which allows you to safely lift balanced and non-balanced loads, both with non-repetitive shapes and with the need for overturning.
In the pictures:
15+15 t overhead crane with two winches, 21 m span, to lift metal sheet pack
30/15 t overhead crane with two winches, 19 m span, to overturn moulds
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INDUSTRY 4.0, THE CRANE GOES DIGITAL19 May, 2021
OMIS-WEB-VISU-I- application allows the interconnection between the bridge crane and the company management system via a computer network.
A PLC installed on the bridge crane will act as a data server and will share the informationcontained therein with the various clients located on the ground or integrated into the management system.
The "WEB-BASED" system installed on the ground on a PC/visrtual machine, will be connected to the company network and reach the IP address of the crane with which it will communicate via TPC/IP protocol over Ethernet.
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SUSPENDED SYSTEMS12 May, 2021
Suspended plants with channel profile are combined systems that allow the handling of light loads in a versatile and functional way.
Their modularity gives the possibility to adapt the system to the production area and to install them even in industrial environments not designed for bridge cranes.
Thei installation as well as the transferability to other working surfaces is particulary easy thanks to their anchors and bolted connections.
Based on the customers's needs, we adopt different technical solutions, which cover the most diverse work areas and capacities from 125 to 1000 kg with channel profile and up to 5000 kg with open profile beam.
See our website for more info!
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