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Street Crane has launched a single-girder hoist for safe lifting from 12.5 to 25 tonnes in applications such as aerospace manufacture.

The monorail crane is suitable for processes housed in lightly constructed buildings, where substantial gantries or structural reinforcement would be required for double-girder cranes.

The beam and hoist can also be incorporated into a portal or semi-portal crane design, with cantilevers extending outside the portal supports.

Based on a modified reinforced box beam and components from the ZX hoist series, the cranes are easy to customise to client lifting demands.

There is a range of travel speeds, options for inverter speed control, lifting-capacity restriction, overheating protection and a range of other facilities for safe and efficient load handling.

The monorail crane hoist is configured differently to standard ZX hoists.

Modified rope reeving allows the hook block to rise alongside the main drum to make the unit more compact.

Two 15-tonne cranes of the new design have been installed at an extension to Street Crane’s own factory.

Bombardier Aerospace in Northern Ireland is also taking advantage of the technology.

Here single-girder cranes span bays of 64m and allow wings to be hoisted and safely moved along the bay.

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