Jib cranes increases efficiency
Many industries that work in material handling struggle with operators that strain their backs while reaching, bending and lifting. These motions lead to fatigue, slower operation and may even result in wear-and-tear injuries in the long run. Jib cranes together with a customized lifting tool provide operators with high-speed and easy operation while relieving them from burden. Thanks to its low friction maneuverability and rotation, the crane has a large operating range where the operators can do the job quickly and effortlessly. The ergonomic equipment allows the positioning speed to remain equal throughout the day and can even be increased as the load is lifted from the operator´s body.
No more complicated or awkward tools that collect dust and take up space in the workplace. Understanding how the jib cranes work is easy, often times it is even intuitive. If you choose to equip the crane with a lifting tool, Lifts All´s trained staff will provide training as well as detailed user instructions.
Choose between jib cranes that are mounted onto columns or walls. Our experienced service technicians will install the jib crane systems so that they are perfectly adjusted to your workplace.
A column- or pillar mounted jib crane can be installed onto a fixed or freestanding pillar on the workplace floor. The pillars are available in different lengths, depending on how high you need to lift. A column mounted jib crane provides a large operating range and optimal reach as it is not hindered by walls. Freestanding jib cranes do not require load-bearing walls and can therefore be placed freely depending on where they are needed the most.
A wall mounted jib crane work in semi-circles. It is great for facilities such as factories and warehouses with obstructions. The crane requires no floor space or foundation and can easily be folded and stored out of the way from larger cranes or traverse systems. It can just as easily be folded out again when it is needed for different types of material handling.
Different capacity jib cranes
Our slewing jib cranes have different capacities. Read more about them here.
Jib crane XS in aluminum 100 kg
Jib crane XS is our most petite jib crane, yet I can handle loads up to 100 kg. The lightweight crane is easy for anyone to maneuver and instantly becomes an integral part of the workplace equipment.
Jib crane in aluminum 125 kg
Jib crane in aluminum 125 kg manages loads up to 125 kilograms, which makes it suitable for material handling in most industries and warehouses.
Jib crane in aluminum 250 kg
Jib crane in aluminum 250 kg is one of our most powerful jib cranes. The capacity of lifting a quarter of a ton effortlessly makes it a reliable tool that can manage most heavy loads in the workplace.
Safe material handling
Promoting safety in the workplace is one of Lifts All´s main objectives. Contrary to lifting with the body, causing stress on joints and muscles, a jib crane system will help you to lift with ease. A crane can help assist with most lifting at warehouses and industries. After installation, work-place injuries typically diminish, resulting in healthier and happier staff.
All of our cranes and lifting tools are tested and meet the essential health and safety requirements for CE marking. Our lifting tools are designed and manufactured in Sweden to ensure the highest quality possible. They typically come with a built-in safety feature that ensures that the load cannot be released mid-air.
Unmaintained tools are a problem that can lead to defective goods and downtime, ultimately resulting in revenue loss. Lifts All offer service contracts to ensure regular maintenance, so that the lifting solution always fulfils safety standards and operates flawlessly.
How do I choose the right jib crane?
Choosing the right jib crane is easy with the help of our skilled sales engineers. Just describe your material handling process and facility, what you lift and how you lift it. Depending on your needs, we will create a customized solution that seamlessly adapts to your industry.
What are the components of a jib crane?
A jib crane can have different constructions. However, most jib cranes consist of a boom or a beam connected to a column or a wall mount. The crane is sometimes supported by a tie rod, that may be mounted under the boom (underbraced) or over the boom (overbraced).
The boom is often equipped with trolleys, to which you can connect a compressed air cylinder and a lifting tool. Together, the crane, air cylinder and lifting tool form a complete lifting system.
What is the difference between a jib crane, a davit crane and a gantry crane?
Different cranes have different capabilities. A davit crane is often configured with a simple winch that is utilized for suspending or lowering equipment. Lifts All´s jib cranes on the other hand, are connected to a lifting tool that is customized for lifting big and small objects in warehouses or industries.
A gantry crane consists of two pillars connected by a boom. It is often a larger construction that has the capacity of lifting several tons. Lifts All´s jib cranes and articulated jib cranes are more compact and lightweight as they are constructed for lifting lighter loads up to 250 kg. They are often more cost effective in comparison, and perfect for confined or narrow spaces. If you are interested in overhead cranes, we recommend connecting a lifting tool to our traverse systems (länk). Furthermore, Lifts All´s jib cranes have a 180 degrees rotation, while gantry cranes are fixated. If you need 360 degrees rotation, we recommend our articulated jib cranes. They lift and move loads around corners and columns, thanks to their articulated crane arm with endless rotation.