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Spanco Freestanding 100, 101 Series Jib Cranes

Spanco Freestanding 100, 101 Series Jib Cranes

Manufacturer: Spanco

Product Code: Freestanding 100,101

SPANCO FREESTANDING 100, 101, 102 SERIES JIB CRANES



INSTALL HIGH-CAPACITY LIFTING ANYWHERE


Spanco Freestanding Jib Cranes install almost anywhere, including outside. These foundation-mounted, freestanding jibs offer higher capacities, longer spans, and greater rotation than our wall-mounted jib cranes.


FREESTANDING JIB CRANE OPTIONS
 

  •  Electric Collector Rings or Air Swivel for continuous 360-degree boom rotation.
  •  Box track festooning
  •  Motorized Rotation
  •  Taglines
  •  Rotation stops
  •  Boom locks
  •  Special control enclosures available to match your environment.
  •  Specialty Paint Finishes or Hot-Dip Galvanizing available, as well as custom designs for outdoor applications.
     

A large 100 Series Freestanding Jib Crane that’s been galvanized to protect against sea spray and a corrosive outdoor environment. The jib was installed to easily lift boats at a coastal marina.


SPANCO FREESTANDING JIB CRANES

 

Freestanding
Jib Cranes
Boom
Rotation
Capacities Spans Height
Under Boom
Powered
Rotation
100 Series
Base Plate
Mounted
360° Up to 15 tons Up to 50’ Up to 40’
(Under Beam)
Available on
new cranes &
as retrofit (see
101 Series
Foundation
Mounted
102 Series
Sleeve Insert
Mounted

 

100 Series Freestanding Jib Cranes: Base Plate Mounted
 

  •  Easy to install.
  •  Base plate is secured by anchors bolts to a prescribed, reinforced concrete foundation.
  •  Six anchor bolts for masts less than 16 inches in diameter; Twelve bolts for diameters 16 inches or greater.
  • The mast’s connection to the hexagonal base plate is reinforced with six equally-spaced knee braces.
  •  Relocatable: entire crane, mast, and baseplate can be removed, leaving behind only the footer and anchor bolts.

 

A 2-ton Spanco 100 Series Freestanding Jib Crane with a 50-foot span trussed boom. The crane is mounted to the existing structure of a coal plant on the Susquehanna River. It is used to replace large coils that are part of a steam duct system.

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