5 ton overhead crane can deal with frequent and light work well. With portable weight, easy operation, high safety, it is widely used in warehouse, factory, material handling yard, industrial site. 5 ton bridge crane can be designed as two types: single girder top running crane, single girder underhung crane. If the factory is restricted with height, under-traveling crane is a suitable choice.
This 5 ton overhead crane has two operation ways: remote control and cabin control. Both two ways are available. If the operator wants to operate the crane standing on the ground, remote control type is great. For cabin control, the operator can sit in the cab and move together with the crane.
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1. Standard design and simple structure
2. Lightweight and modular design
3.Advanced manufacturing process
6.Low energy consumption, maintenance-free
Factors to consider when buying a crane
Whatever type of overhead crane you buy, it is a considerable investment and a purchasing decision for the long term. It is really important for customers to understand what factors to consider when buying a qualified crane.
Requirements for overhead crane
Indoors or outdoors
Will the crane be used indoors or outdoors? Is there perhaps a mix of both and therefore a need for mobility?
Consider space (height, length and with), any constructions, and whether the crane can operate in a 360 degree radius.
Consider extreme temperature and if there is any contaminants, such as dirt, grease or wood/metal shavings.
It is useful to wire down a list of the features the crane will need to have.
Identify a budget for the crane over a long period.
Consider these points regarding the load you will be carrying:
How frequent will the loads be?
What is your maximum load?
What materials will you be lifting?
What is the size, span and height of the loads?
What will you be lifting one, such as concrete, tarmac, grass?
Now that requirements are becoming clearer, it is time to document the actual features required from the crane. The functionality list should be identified early in the process but can be enhanced with crane manufacturer information. Here are some features to consider:
Capacity – What maximum capacity must the crane be able to load? Maximum load calculations also need to include accessories, e.g. slings, hooks, etc.
Control – What type of control is required: cabin or remote control?
Load limiting – For safety , a load limiter should be in place to prevent excess loading.
Height and span – Select a crane that comfortably meets the defined height and span requirements.
Technology – What technology is required/included? e.g.remote control enabled, safety indicators (e.g. excess load indicator)
Special features – What additional/unusual features are required that are specific to your organization?
Features determine crane type – The features required determine the eventual crane type purchases, e.g. overhead crane, jib crane, gantry crane etc.