Definition of gantry crane is a crane built atop a gantry, which is a structure used to straddle an object or workspace. They can range from enormous "full" gantry cranes, capable of lifting some of the heaviest loads in the world, to small shop cranes, used for tasks such as lifting automobile engines out of vehicles. The entire structure (including gantry) is usually wheeled (often on rails).
Also can be equipped with other lifting devices like grab or container spreader or etc. for special work.
Prohibited for high temperature, flammable, explosive, corrosion, overloading, dust or other dangerous operations.
||Double welded box beams with the camber line, material steel Q235B or Q345B. ridig frame.|
||It includes motor, speed reducer, brake, coupling, wheels, and coiling blocks, equipped with the derailment prevention board, buffer device, limit. Safe, moving stable, long service life.|
||Flat cable, sliding smoothly; reasonable wiring, easy to repair;
Protection class IP55. All external cable line number with mark. With protection system|
||Pendant button, remote control, cabin control|
||50 ton (can be with auxiliary hook)|