Demag Pillar Mounted Swing Jib
With an impressive 300-degree slewing radius and a safe working load limit of up to 1000kg, this KBK is a light weight pillar mounted jib that is finished to Demag’s usual high standards. This lightweight pillar mounted range also incorporates the double arm swing jib
for doubling up on your lifting tasks.
Its structural quality goes hand in hand with the power and reliability of the chain hoist which is fitted by the manufacturer itself. It can travel along the length of the arm, with an outreach of up to seven metres available on the units with load limits of 250kg or less.
Demag Wall Mounted Jib Crane
The wall mounted version of the KBK jib crane features many of the same capabilities as its pillar mounted counterpart. The only difference is that the slewing range tops out at 270 degrees. You can add limit stops if necessary, and also pick between cranes with SWL of 80kg right up to 1000kg.
As long as the wall to which this crane is to be fitted is structurally sound, it will be an important asset to add to your business. If you want to avoid injuries caused by manual lifting,
or need to boost productivity in your factory, Demag cranes will be a sensible investment.
Demag "I" Beam Range
This latest range of Jibs from Demag use a more traditional 'I' beam for the jib arm. The I-beam range incorporates a range of both wall and pillar mounted models which both include various designs. The range includes the I-beam low headroom model; the I-beam long outreach model and the I-beam high load capacity model.
As you can see there is a Demag crane for all occasions, from mobile units to static setups that run the gamut from compact and cost-effective to large and powerful. Whether you have used products from this firm before, or are a new customer, it has a lot to offer and a pristine reputation as a market leader.
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and hoisting equipment
by contacting the Lifting Gear Direct team. There are a few ways to get in touch, including by calling 01384 76961 or by using the form on our site
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