Wall Mounted Jib Cranes

Using a supporting pillar to secure the boom using a system of brackets and tie-rods is an easy, sensible, and affordable method for managing weights at workstations that do not enable the use of the pillar. Pushing the weight rotates the boom both manually and using a motor. In regard to the pillar, the rotational range is 270°. The typical wall-mounted jib crane has a lift capacity of 3.2 Mt and a span of 6 M. Due to its small size, the crane may fit into small warehouses, industrial spaces, or assembly lines to provide access to processes that need floor space or load-bearing applications where the current factory column is enough.