The side-mounted hoist type S is characterised by the hook being positioned beside the crane girder. Thus an optimised highest hook position is achieved in the SWL range of 1 t to 10 t. The optimised hook position is not only an advantage in existing buildings. When designing new factory buildings the side-mounted hoist type S can be employed to reduce the total investment costs: it is possible, for example, to design cranes with spans of up to 35 metres or more as single girder cranes. Compared with a single-girder crane using a monorail hoist type E the building height can be reduced which will result in a lower cost volume. Compared with a double-girder crane of about the same height, the loads on the crane track and the building are significantly lower which is often another cost advantage.
At a glance
– SWL range 1 t – 10 t.
– Hook positioned beside the crane girder.
– Optimised highest hook position.
– Allows building heights to be reduced.
Type S-side-mounted hoist
With its optimized hook height, this hoist, which can be used on crane bridges with a span of up to 35 m or more, has advantages over other types in terms of investment return.
|Model||Reeving||Load cap. (t)||Hook path (m)||C (mm)||H (mm)|
|ABUS GM 800||4/1||3.2||6||9||–||343||238|
|ABUS GM 1000||4/1||5.0||6||9||–||420||278|
|ABUS GM 2000||4/1||6.3||6||9||–||440||280|
|ABUS GM 3000||2/1||5.0||12||20||–||700||280|