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Types of Cranes Used in Workshops

Cranes play a crucial role in workshops, facilitating the lifting and moving of heavy materials. The selection of the right crane is essential for efficient and safe operations. In this article, we’ll explore the various types of cranes commonly used in workshop environments.

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Overhead Cranes

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Bridge cranes, often the centerpiece of a workshop, consist of parallel runways with a traveling bridge spanning the gap. They are highly versatile and can move loads up and down, as well as horizontally along the bridge. This type of crane is ideal for workshops where heavy lifting is a regular task.

Grues à portique

Grues à portique are similar to bridge cranes but are supported by legs and move on tracks or wheels. They are suitable for outdoor workshops or facilities without the infrastructure to support overhead cranes. Gantry cranes offer excellent mobility and are used for tasks ranging from auto repairs to heavy steel fabrication.

Grues à flèche

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Free-Standing Grues à flèche

These cranes have a vertical mast and a horizontal jib on which a hoist is mounted. Free-standing jib cranes are perfect for individual workstations in a workshop, offering 360-degree rotation and covering a wide work area.

Grues à flèche murale

These are mounted on a wall or a pillar, saving floor space. They are ideal for workshops with limited space and can be used alongside overhead or gantry cranes to manage different lifting tasks.

Mobile Cranes

Telescopic Cranes

These cranes have a boom that consists of a number of tubes fitted one inside the other. They are highly versatile and can be used in workshops for tasks that require a crane to extend to varying heights or to be moved frequently.

Crawler Cranes

Mounted on tracks, crawler cranes offer greater stability and are suitable for heavy lifting tasks. They are particularly useful in large workshops where the crane needs to move over rough or uneven surfaces.

Workstation Cranes

These are smaller cranes designed for repetitive tasks in a confined area. They are often used in assembly operations or in areas where precision lifting is required.

Tebo Lift: Your Professional Crane Manufacturer

At Tebo Lift, we understand the vital role that cranes play in workshop operations. As a professional manufacturer, we pride ourselves on providing a wide range of high-quality cranes tailored to meet the specific needs of your workshop. Whether you require an overhead, gantry, jib, mobile, or workstation crane, our expert team is equipped to deliver solutions that enhance efficiency, safety, and productivity. Contact Tebo Lift today to find the perfect crane solution for your workshop.

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