The SWL of any jib crane should be the first indicator of whether or not it is appropriate for your purposes. The 2000kg limit of this model is enough to make it practical for various lifting operations, from manoeuvring heavy metal components in a manufacturing scenario to shifting cargo in warehouses.
Naturally you need to pay attention to SWL to avoid dangers during lifting. Bear in mind that only our smaller, sub-1000kg swing jibs can be mounted on walls, hence the reason that this particular example is eligible for mounting on floor surfaces or columns.
Under bracing means that jib cranes can be mounted close to the ceiling and other overhead obstructions. This does mean you have to make compromises in terms of sturdiness over the length of the arm, as well as putting up with part of the beam being cut off by the brace itself.
Over bracing does not suffer from either of these issues, so our 2000kg crane can be equipped with trolleys and other add-ons that will have free reign of the full length of the beam. This helps with practicality and productivity, as well as addressing safety concerns.
Because we make our jib cranes to order, you can specify the length of the arm, add on any accessories or lifting equipment that you need, tell us where you want the assembly installed and remain in complete control throughout the process.
Our friendly team of specialist lifting gear representatives are ready to respond to whatever questions you might have about our jib cranes. For further information and quotes, call 01384 76961 or email us and we will work our magic, whatever the nature of your order.