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Pre-engineered single-girder crane kits in either top-running or under-running configurations allow installers to do their own onsite crane assembly. The kits are shipped complete with all necessary components except the steel beams, which can be purchased locally to save on freight cost.

IMM Staff

April 21, 2010

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Pre-engineered overhead crane kits reduce installation time, cost.

Pre-engineered single-girder crane kits in either top-running or under-running configurations allow installers to do their own onsite crane assembly. The kits are shipped complete with all necessary components except the steel beams, which can be purchased locally to save on freight cost.

Supplied by Demag Cranes & Components (Cleveland, OH), the crane kits come complete with all components including a wire rope hoist, end trucks, bridge panel, festoon system with brackets, and push-button station. All kits are plug and play, and no electrical work is required. The kits typically can be assembled in less than 21 hours, an extremely fast rate for the crane industry, according to Demag Cranes.

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The crane kits are designed for builders of beam girder cranes in the 3-, 5-, and 10-ton-capacity range. Demag provides all specifications and instructions. Onsite construction and maintenance services are also available. —[email protected]

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