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Jib cranes

Jib Cranes applicable to all markets

Jib cranes perfectly suit controlled environments in which hoisting activities are concentrated in one specific area, typically around a jib crane base. Cleanroom jib cranes use a mounted arm to lift and move materials within their 1.5 to 6m diameter. Jib cranes can lift up to 3 tons and are widely renowned for their stability and high lifting capacity. 

 

Which jib crane should you choose?

That depends entirely on your demands and the product you work with. Request more information and take us along in the process. We provide tailor-made advice without obligations.

Or contact us at +31 162 38 38 00 or sales.cleanroom@mennens.nl to make an appointment.

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      Pillar & Wall mounted jib cranes

      Our Jib cranes can be delivered in different options: Steel coated, aluminum or stainless-steel solutions Various arm configurations possible (articulated, 360, 270, 180 degrees arm slewing) Electric slewing Various options (rotation locks...
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A wall-mounted jib crane

A wall-mounted jib crane needs to be attached to a wall or other structural support system. Hence, a wall jib crane relies on the strength of a building/support system. In turn, the sturdiness of the building provides the wall-mounted jib crane with great strength. Note: the wall minimizes the slew range to 180 degrees.

 

A pillar jib crane

A pillar-mounted jib crane – also known as a column-mounted jib crane - makes for a 360 degrees slew range. The column onto which a pillar mounted jib crane requires a very firm and sturdy placement, usually a concrete floor.

 

Food or pharma: choose a stainless steel jib crane

Materials affect the longevity of your cleanroom jib crane. Material choice is therefore an important step during procurement procedures. In this case, you can choose from coated steel, aluminum, or stainless steel jib crane.

 

An example: stainless steel jib crane remains the material of choice for pharmaceutical or food industries, as these industries typically process harsh liquids, such as blood or brine.