Bridge cranes in steel trade

Improved safety and efficiency

A well-known steel trading company commissioned the professional crane construction company GERSAB Krantechnik GmbH based in Switzerland with the construction and installation of three bridge cranes as well as three order picking cranes. The latter have a lifting capacity of 2 x 3.2 t each at a span of 8 m. All of the electric wire rope hoists NOVA of SWF Krantechnik GmbH used as hoisting units are furnished with frequency-controlled hoisting motors in order to ensure continuous and thus gentle lifting. The three order picking cranes are used to run an automated high-bay warehouse for...

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