Heavy duty base mounted jib cranes are engineered and designed for an allowable "foundationless" mount.
Freestanding 360 degree rotating jib crane. Mounts to floor using epoxy anchor bolt system and recommended foundation with as little as 6" of concrete, depending on speciation's of the crane.
The Model 351F Jib Crane is designed with safety features to prevent removal of head under accidental impact.
Boom is an American standard I Beam or wide flange beam, that conforms to AISC and ASTM standards. Girder is equipped with removable end stops for quick trolley installation and maintenance. Bearing housing is rigidly mounted on boom.
The mast consists of a heavy pipe design to withstand bending stresses without undue deflection to boom. Assembly is jig welded to insure vertical alignment.
Jib crane head is constructed of two heavy sides and reinforcing plates to permit balancing of stress. Lower roller assembly is mounted in a heavy duty machined carriage weldment. Assembly is supported by adjustable tension bolts to permit field adjustment, and to insure even pressure of the rollers on the mast. Roller bearings are furnished in each machined roller and are mounted to the frame through removable steel axles with grease fittings. Top bearing is a tapered roller radial thrust bearing.
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