- Minimise the construction height of the overall system
- Enable girder crane lifting in low ceiling facilities
- Integrate greatly with the facility
- Reach up to 3 meters
- Swivel with 240 degrees of freedom
- Lift up to 80 kg
Low built jib
The optimal option for low headroom workspaces. Sporting a light, flexible, smooth construction that is both easy to manoeuvre and user-friendly. TAWI Low built cranes has a lifting capacity up to 40 kg, working radius up to 260 degrees. Various or customized arm lengths available.
TAWI low built jibs can:
- Lifting capacity: <80 kg
- Arm profile: LR86, LR113, LR120, SS400
- Degrees of motion: 240°
- Working radius: 3 m
Low built cranes - for flush operations or limited headroom
If you´re looking for a solution that snugs very closely to the ceiling, either for height constraints or for the sake of flush operations, TAWI low built jib cranes might be your answer.
When there is limited headroom, a crane which builds only 300 mm in height could give you those extra centimetres to be able to get a TAWI jib crane system into your operations.
Facilities with low headroom can mean both where workforce barely stand straight but also where material handling trucks might need that extra space in order to operate sufficiently. The low built jib crane system is a compact solution, primarily designed to allow a maximum possible vertical hook stroke in areas with low headroom.
Even if your facility has no physical constraint in headroom, with the low built crane system you can achieve a workplace with a great use-benefit over structural-cost ratio, i.e. where the assisting product really gets out of the way, so the workstation can be more focused on solving the operational need. So, if you just want to reduce visual stimuli, straggly edges and moving parts in order to create a truly integrated facility, the TAWI low built cranes are for you.
To go even further, we offer underbraced jib arms that can be used when the tolerances are even smaller. The standard low built jib arms available in both aluminium, for material handling up to 40kg, and steel, for material handling up to 80 kg. These jib cranes are both able to be mounted on columns as well as on the wall.
In all cases, this means a structure that sits as flush with the ceiling as possible, optimal for your flush operations. Contact us and we can design a solution that optimally fits your operational requirements.