Jib Cranes

Jib Cranes


Pillar and wall-mounted jib cranes are specifically designed to serve encircled work areas, generally for lifting light loads. Our standard production covers jib cranes with a max load capacity of 2 ton and a max outreach of 8 metres, but bigger jibs are also available.

They are normally fitted with chain hoists, though wire rope hoists can also be used in case of larger load capacities. They are normally fitted with chain hoists, though wire rope hoists can also be used in case of larger load capacities.

Powered Suspended System

Specific production of suspended lifting systems with runways made from rolled I-beams, for POWERED travel of the bridge. The crane is powered along the overhead runways, thus leaving the floor area entirely available for production activities.


Manual Suspended System

Standard production of suspended lifting systems in channel-type beams, with runways for MANUAL travel of the bridge, in omega sections, hung from the overhead shed structures or supported with metal portals with pillars to be fixed to the ground.


Continuous Manual Rotation Pillar Jib Cranes

Optimum solution for the MANUAL handling of loads at circular workstations where the boom is required to perform continuous rotation around the axis of the pillar. The boom is turned by pushing the load manually.
Range of continuous rotation 360°.


Manual Rotation Bracket-Mounted Jib Cranes

A simple, practical and cost-effective solution for the MANUAL handling of loads at workstations that do not permit use of the pillar but make use of a supporting pillar for fixing the boom with a system of brackets and tie-rods. The boom is turned by pushing the load manually. Range of rotation ~ 270°, in relation to the pillar.


Electric Rotation Jib Cranes

Designed and built for the ELECTRIC handling of loads at work stations that are difficult to use or reach, due to obstructions on the walkway or the size of the load to be handled that makes manual rotation of the boom awkward or impossible. Rotation of the boom is ELECTRIC, using a gearmotor or slew ring, in relation to the required range of rotation and capacity. Range of rotation 270° / 360°.


Manual Rotation Jib Cranes

A simple, practical and cost-effective solution for the MANUAL handling of loads; the boom is moved by pushing the load manually in the radius of rotation of the same boom. Range of rotation ~270°.


Jibs and Light Crane Systems

Swing range can vary from 180 to 360 degrees, in accordance with the operational requirements. Jibs are easy to operate given their low deadweight, nevertheless all movements can also be motorized.
Special designs include low-headroom jibs as well as two-arm jibs and extensible or even articulated-arm jibs.
A wall travelling crane can be regarded as a peculiar type of wall-mounted jib, which travels on two runway beams fixed on one side of the building. These cranes are normally conceived to operate underneath EOT cranes and serve one or more work areas along the building hall.