Handling Concepts Inc. provides solutions for all of your lifting, transporting and process applications.
We have installed overhead, permanent and portable crane systems throughout the USA for numerous industries helping them increase productivity, reduce cost and promote ergonomic workplace safety.
There are many types of cranes systems to choose from depending on your application and facility.
Handling Concepts Inc. will help you determine the best solution for your process application.
We can schedule an on-site visit with you and discuss your specific requirements, draw up the plan and provide you with a quote.
Our installation team will work with you and your production schedule to minimize any delay.
Here are some of the crane types available
Jib Cranes lift and transport materials in semi circles (180 degrees) or full circles (360 degrees) around their support structure.
These jib cranes can also be used to “hand off” materials to adjacent workstations. Hoists, manipulators, or balancers can be installed on the jibs’ booms.
Our articulating jib cranes have booms with two axes so they can reach around obstacles, such as columns. All of our jibs quickly fold out of the way of overhead cranes.
Jib Cranes maximize space utilization: Wall-mounted jib cranes, ceiling or wall-mounted articulating jib cranes, and wall-traveling jib cranes require no floor space. We offer models with unrivaled clearance, both above and under the boom.
On some designs, you can use your building’s existing columns or overhead beams to mount our jib cranes, saving you money.
Freestanding jibs can be weatherized for outdoor use.
Capacities: from 100 pounds to 10,000 pounds standard and up to 30,000 pounds depending on span and jib series, with hundreds of pre-engineered models.
Wall-mounted and ceiling-mounted jib cranes do not require a foundation or floor space, but instead mount to the building’s existing support beams.
This mounting style provides excellent clearance above and below the boom, and these jib cranes can swing out of the way of overhead cranes.
Freestanding jib crane systems are designed to be mounted to a concrete foundation, which both anchors the crane and acts as a counterweight.
Portable base jib cranes are ergonomic solutions for repetitive load transfers. They work in multiple locations throughout your facility and save manual labor. Since portable base jib cranes are easy to relocate using a forklift, you can adapt them to future workflow changes and remove them from rental facilities.
Articulating jib crane systems have a boom with two pivot points to navigate complicated work areas, including reaching around corners and columns and under and into containers and machinery.
With this flexibility, the articulating crane can precisely place loads around workplace obstacles.
Mast-style jib crane systems eliminate costly foundations by mounting to existing building columns and a standard six-inch thick reinforced concrete floor.
Providing 360-degree rotation, these jib cranes are a lower cost alternative to freestanding jib cranes.
Foundationless jib crane systems are industrial slab-mounted systems for indoor use that are bolted to reinforced concrete.
If the requirements are met, these systems do not require a special poured foundation.
Providing 360-degree rotation, foundationless jib cranes can be easily relocated almost anywhere if needed.
Gantry Cranes give you a versatile and economical way to lift materials anywhere in your facility.
These are a cost-effective alternative to an expensive permanent crane, that gives you the flexibility to move and travel.
These are perfect for temporary jobs and can be quickly disassembled for easy storage.
Portable Gantries reach all corners of your plant.
Lift and move materials, or use for pulling motors, equipment, and other heavy machinery.
Quick disassembly for transport by service truck.
Adjustable Gantries can be easily moved and adjusted to the height, span and tread for use on uneven floors, through doorways, aisles, and under mezzanines or other overhead obstacles.
Excellent gantries for maintenance, warehouses and welding shops.
Track-Mounted Gantries have manual or motorized travel over a fixed route make our track-mounted gantries a great choice.
Workstation Bridge Cranes
Workstation Bridge Crane, loads from 250 to 4,000 pounds can be easily moved along the bridge to any point within the rectangle formed by the two runways.
Bridge Cranes are used to easily move loads across a linear path and can cover various work stations and link work together. These can be used individually or integrated in a more complex way to link activities. Workstation Cranes are a great way to increase productivity, quality, and safety in the workplace.