Compact, innovative design with flexible movement:
Forming part of the roof structure, the cranes can operate within the confined space and height restriction of the bay, ensuring the production area is unobstructed.
The box beams of the cranes are hinged to provide flexibility and accommodate movements in the roof structure.
Hoists and travel motion speeds are variable from twenty metres per minute to 400 millimetres per minute with sensorless current vector control for smooth movement and accurate positioning.
Leading levels of safety:
All cranes have a special safe load capacity restrictor and amber flashing lights to warn of their approach with audible warnings.
All cranes are remote radio controlled for operator safety with maximum flexibility, but have the additional safeguard of a push button pendant for back-up.
“There is certainly not another crane of this design in the UK and I doubt if there is another anywhere in the world. There is an 80 metre span double girder underslung crane at Heathrow Airport. This was one of the most unusual cranes that Street has ever built, but the Bombardier crane is in a class above anything ever done in suspended crane systems.”
Andrew Pimblett, managing director at Street Crane