GISKB slewing crane with electric chain hoist for area-wide goods handling

Slewing wall crane GISKB steel

up to 1000 kg
  • Jib profile GISKB steel
  • Treads inside the profile protected from dirt
  • Trolley with smoothly running plastic rollers
  • Slewing range up to 180°
  • Jib length up to 6 m, longer jibs on request
  • Option: equipped with pillar clasp
  • Option: equipped with an electric tug
  • Option: equipped with a telescope

Technical specifications

Standard version

Maximum load capacity

1000 kg


Maximum jib length

5 m


Slewing range

180° stepless (manually)


Colour console and jib arm

Light grey RAL 7035


Travel movement

Manually or electrically (Electric tug frequency controlled)


Trolleys

Trolleys with quiet plastic rollers


Power supply

Trailing cable


Attachment

Console (without fastening material)


Lifting device

To be combined with electric chain hoist GP


Customer's benefit

GIS wall-mounted slewing jib cranes are a cost-efficient alternative to pillar-mounted slewing jib cranes or complete crane systems.
The key benefit of wall-mounted slewing jib cranes is that they do not require any floor space, since they are mounted to stable concrete walls or existing
pillars. Our wall-mounted slewing jib cranes are sturdy, easy to install and designed in accordance with the latest EU Machinery Directive DIN15018.

Accessories & options

  • Radio control or roving pendent
  • Special paints or galvanised version
  • Slewing jib crane and hoisting equipment for outdoor operation
  • ATEX version for potentially explosive environment
  • Special jib lengths
  • Mounting on existing pillar or ceiling
  • Slewing jib cranes with telescopic jib
  • Swivel limitations
  • GIS manual chain hoist as lifting device
  • Power supply through C-rail or conductor line
  • Pillar clasp

Gallery

Wall-mounted slewing crane with hose lifterCrane system with gripper arm for moving cable reelsWorking crane with electric chain hoist attached to concrete columnCastings are lifted with wall-mounted slewing crane