Top Running Double Girder Overhead Cranes

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30 ton double girder overhead cranes introduction:
Our double-girder overhead travelling cranes offer exceptional load capacity for a low deadweight. Their outstanding crane geometry also provides for extremely good travel characteristics, which minimizes wear on the end carriages and crane runway. The load hook can be raised between the two crane girders, which allows large lifting heights to be achieved.
30 ton double girder overhead cranes advantages:
1.High long and cross-travel speeds thanks to high-performance double-girder design
2.Low deadweight reduces investment layout
3.Crane girders can be adapted to building structure requirements
4.Minimum approach dimensions thanks to compact travelling hoist design
5.Crane control to meet application requirements: via radio control, control pendant or cab control (optional)
6.Maintenance platform and accessible crab facilitate maintenance of building interior fittings (optional)


SMF Heavy Industry (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. established in 2003. In the past several year, our export increased gradually. Last year, we export US$30 million. We are the professional manufacturer of lifting equipment, such as bridge crane, gantry crane, electric chain hoist and electric wire rope hoist.

Brand: SMF Heavy Industry (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.
E-mail: marry@chn-crane.com  
Mobile: +8613838339679     
website: www.kfcranes.com
Skype: Mary.smf
Address:No. 21, East Chaoying Road, Zhoushi Town, Kunshan City, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China

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