Service Crane Company provides cost effective solutions for cJib Cranes. We work hard to ensure your material handling systems are safe and efficient. We provide 24/7 installation, maintenance and emergency repair on all jib cranes, monorails, and gentry cranes. With our flexible service times, you have little downtime or shutdown. Our products include a wide variety of material handling systems including:
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These jibs are available in two models—enclosed rail for smaller capacities and structural I-beam models for longer spans and larger capacities. These foundation-mounted cranes install almost anywhere. The base plate is secured by anchor bolts to a prescribed reinforced concrete foundation. Safety end stops at both ends of boom limit trolley travel.
This jib crane is available in two models—a wall bracketed jib and cantilevered jib. Use an enclosed system for small capacities and a steel beamed structure for larger capacities. Wall Mounted Jib Cranes provide excellent coverage in circular areas not efficiently served by a main crane. They’re ideal for supporting tool balancers, air balancers, hoists, vacuum lifters and welding wire feeders.
Articulating Jibs: When a standard jib or crane will not work, use this jib for simplified operation in small or obstructed areas. The articulated jib handles up to 2,000 pounds. Increases productivity and improves safety for when a standard jib or crane cannot be used.
WerkArm Articulating Jibs: This model handles 50 – 300 pounds and is used primarily to lessen employee fatigue, increase workplace safety, and manage loads. 360 degree rotation is available on our premium WerkArm jibs.
Easy-Arm Articulating Jib: This articulating jib provides for simple operation and unlimited control over loads with speeds as low as 1 fpm and as high as 150 fpm. This model is ideal for pick and place applications.
This is most versatile crane and is best for low capacity, high productivity applications. It is the perfect jib crane to place underneath large bridge 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 jib cranes to provide staged operation.