People often ask what makes our lightweight, aluminum Gantry Cranes the best in the world. The answer is simple: Our commitment to quality and our attention to detail.
A: Yes. An Engineer-stamped drawing and Certificate of Test is supplied for ALL of eme's equipment. ALL Gantry Cranes are tested to 150% of Rated Capacity prior to shipping from our manufacturing facility. ALL Gantry Cranes are built with aircraft-quality aluminum extrusions.
A: The range is 1,100 – 11,000 lbs./500 – 5,000 kg.
A: eme Gantry Cranes with Custom Beam lengths and heights are available up to 11,000 lbs. capacity.
A: Maximum Beam lengths are grouped by lifting capacity. These lengths are:
A: Yes. A Custom Gantry Crane can be built for your specific requirements. It is important to discuss your needs with a qualified eme Representative in order to acquire the correct eme Gantry Crane to fit your situation. Currently, we have Gantry Cranes that measure up to 17 feet under the Lifting Ring.
A: Add 24 inches to the measurement 'MAX HEIGHT TO RING'.
A: The maximum working clear span is 3 feet less than the length of the Beam.
A: To estimate the available lifting height, subtract 24 inches from the measurement 'MAX HEIGHT TO RING'. This will take into account the 'snugged-up' dimension of the Manual or Electric Chain Hoist.
A: The hole spacing is 8.0 inches (203.4 mm).
A: The hole spacing is 6 inches (152.4 mm) for Models 1100R, 2200R and 4400M; and 8 inches (203.4 mm) for Models 2200LW, 4400R, 4400T, 6600R, 8800R, and 11000R. These spacings provide optimal adjustment to obtain the correct lifting height.
A: Manual or Electric Chain Hoists can be used with eme Gantry Cranes. The Chain Hoist must not have a higher rated lifting capacity than the Gantry Crane with which it is being used.
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