Monorail overhead traveling crane

monorail overhead traveling crane
monorail overhead traveling crane
monorail overhead traveling crane
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Other characteristics
lightweight, aluminum
Lift capacity

Min.: 60 kg (132.3 lb)

Max.: 2,000 kg (4,409.2 lb)


The ALU (aluminium) Lightweight Monorail Eurosystem is a hollow profile overhead handling system for loads of 60kg to 2,000kg. Aluminium is better suited to operations where manual moving of loads is required as it delivers an easier start, smoother motion and easier positioning and stop movements when compared to steel rails. Using an Aluminium profile also reduces the cost of supporting structures as it's two times lighter than its steel equivalent, is easy to use / install, and is economical for lifting structures. • - Light rails means users can very easily and effortlessly handle heavy and cumbersome loads • - Accuracy is ensured through high quality manufacture and smooth movements • - Reduced weight on supporting structure • - The aluminium profiles are externally and internally anodised • - The beam is guaranteed without welding Technical Information The ALU Lightweight Monorail (Aluminium) light crane system's technical features: • - The entire handling system can be fixed to a lifting structure with several suspension types available • - Tracks can be configured for monorail, single girder or double girder crane configurations • - Trolleys with nylon wheels and bearings • - Loads easy to move due to nylon wheels in anodised aluminium tracks • - Integral end stops which are quickly removed as required • - Aluminium tracks are fully anodised for corrosion resistance • - Tracks are extruded and have no welding • - Crane supplied with EC Declaration of Conformity


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