Freestanding jib crane for sale to Philippines, consists of column, swing jib, electric hoist, drive device and electrical control system. The bottom of column is fixed on the concrete foundation by the anchor bolts, driving device is driven by the motor to rotate swing jib, and the electric hoist reciprocates and runs on swing jib. What we can do for our customers: 5 ton pillar jib crane with chain hoist has been designed for freestanding installation on the building floor. This workstation application of jib crane provides a slew range of 360° according to our client’s request. The low-built design allows high hook positions for optimal use of the available building space. In addition to the comprehensive standard design, Dongqi crane machine pillar jib crane may adapted individually by making use of useful additions such as electric slewing, electric hoist travelling or mobile control. Free standing jib crane for sale specifications: Arm Length: 3m Lifting Capacity: 5 ton Lifting Height: 3m Slew Angle: 360° Slewing Speed: 0.7 r/min Electric Hoist: chain hoist with motor trolley Power Supply: 220V, 50HZ, 3phase Control Mode: Pendent pushbutton control Free standing jib crane design can be customized according to your request. Why customers choose Dongqi jib cranes? Precision tapered roller bearings in top pivot and trunnion assemblies provide smooth operation and long life. Independent head assembly installed separately from the boom for easier installation. These jibs and components are built and assembled with jigs and fixtures to ensure easy installation. Recessed bearing assembly allows greatly reduced clearances needed for installation. Bolted head/boom connection permits separate installation and provides maximum lift for the hoist. In-head, totally enclosed, bottom entry collector assembly allows for the option of easily adding power to the hoist for 360 degree rotation at the time of or after purchase. Optional power rotation makes moving heavy loads even easier. Suitable for underneath traveling cranes, in open areas where it can serve several work stations, in outdoor applications such as loading docks, or in machining and assembly operations where it can be overlapped with other jibs to provide staged operation. Allows operators to position loads precisely, effortlessly and efficiently. Safety head retaining pin provides the resistance to accidental upward dislodgment of the head. How to choose the right jib crane for your application? When selecting a jib crane that matches your individual requirements, it’s important to think about your operation type, facility structure, cost of the unit and installation, and any necessary options, like motorized rotation, box track festooning, and rotation stops.
More specifically, the following factors should be considered when choosing the right jib crane for your specific application: Capacity: The maximum weight of the application should never exceed the rated capacity/design weight. Ensure your manufacturer is using design criteria that allows the least amount of deflection so as not to hamper the performance of the crane. Height Under Boom: The distance from the floor to the underside of the boom. It’s important to consider the size of the hoist and the amount of lifting distance when deciding on your HUB. Overall Height: The height to the highest point on the crane after installation. Any attachments, such as electrical entry, should also be considered to provide full rotational potential and freedom from overhead obstructions. Working Span: Distance from the floor to the underside of the jib crane’s boom. Boom Rotation: Freestanding and mast-type jib cranes provide 360-degree rotation. Wall-mounted jibs offer 200-degree rotation, and articulating jibs provide 360-degree rotation on the inner and outer arm (freestanding and ceiling-mounted) and 360-degree rotation on the outer arm and 200-degree rotation on the inner arm (wall-mounted). Power Requirement: How much power is necessary? Is the power for rotation, trolley, hoist, or all three? How will the power be supplied? Bottom or top entry? Electric or air? Weatherization: Does the system or its Electrical components need to be weatherized for outdoor use? Installation: Freestanding jibs require reinforced concrete foundations which insure proper installation.