The versatility of a SPANCO Jib Crane is unmatched. Our Jib Cranes offer an extensive range of installation options and capacities, with the power to create the best material handling solution with maximum space utilization. A Jib Crane can be mounted to your facility floor, foundation, column, pillar or wall to accommodate any space constraints or work plans. Expand the Jib Crane’s utility further by using it as an auxiliary lifting device under an overhead crane or by attaching a hoist or drive.
With a SPANCO Jib Crane, you can:
- Economically move materials within an individual workstation or between work areas with a portable jib crane
- Provide supplemental lifting coverage with a full 360° of operation
At SPANCO, our overhead cranes and products can always be customized to fit your individual needs. To speak to a knowledgeable customer service representative for price and product specification information, please contact your authorized SPANCO distributor today or locate yours by using the Contact a Sales Rep tool. Please view our product picture gallery below.
Wall Mounted Jib Cranes offer a lower cost design with the greatest potential clearance under the boom.
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Freestanding Jib Cranes mounted to a permanent concrete foundation require no additional support.
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Mast Style Jib Cranes can sometimes be a lower cost alternative to Free Standing Jib Cranes or Wall Mounted Jib Cranes.
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Workstation Jib Cranes are an economical alternative to a Workstation Bridge Crane when a small defined area requires coverage.
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Articulating Jib Cranes are an ideal solution used for maneuvering loads in and around challenging spaces.
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Wall Traveling Jib Cranes lift and move heavy material safely and reliably, or complement an overhead crane to perform tasks more efficiently.
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Jib Crane Definition:
A cantilevered boom or horizontal beam arm with bearings, hoist and trolley. This lifting machine may pick up loads in all or part of a circle around the column to which it is attached. Jib cranes can be sturdy enough to lift a ton or more of weight, or small enough to attach to a truck.
While people will often rig homemade jib cranes and gantry cranes, building a jib crane isn’t exactly a DIY project. It takes blueprinted drawings and calculations to properly design, along with the right materials and tools.
Variations of Jib Cranes:
- Hydraulic jib crane
- Cantilever jib crane
- Telescoping jib crane
- Tower jib crane
- Portable jib crane