Overhead bridge cranes are designed more for heavier lifting, 20 tons or more. Due to the heavier load, these runways are less flexible. Top running overhead bridge crane runways are good for facilities that have low headroom, because the system moves above the runway. A rail is installed on top of the runway beams, and the wheels ride on the rail rather than directly on the runway beams.

Bridge crane equipment is available with full installation, maintenance, and emergency repair services. We also provide a complete line of replacement or remanufactured parts for all cranes.

Single Girder

Single Girder Overhead Bridge Crane. Single girder beam supported on each side by an end truck. The trolley and hoist are underhung on the bottom flange of the girder. These configurations can support multiple hoists.

Perfect for loads that don’t exceed 10 tons. Ideal when headroom is not an issue.  Learn More >

Double Girder

Double Girder Overhead Bridge Crane. Two girder beams supported on each side by an end truck. The trolley and hoist run on a rail installed above or between the bridge girders. These configurations can support heavier duty applications such as heavier capacities or longer spans.

Perfect for heavier loads that require greater support. Ideal when headroom is an issue.  Learn More >

Underhung Bridge Crane

Underhung Bridge Crane. Uses wheels that are supported by the bottom flange of the runway beam to move the bridge up and down the runway. Commonly configured in single girder design for lighter service and lower-capacity applications. Commonly supported from existing ceiling trusses or roof structure.

Ideal for lighter applications due to ceiling support limitations. Perfect for facilities that lack vertical clearance.  Learn More >

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