The ABUS monorail specialises in lifting loads locally and in linear point-to-point transport. With the help of curved sections your hoist is able to travel through the building exactly as you need it to. Workstations could be linked in this way if required or the crane could be adapted to fit individual machinery locations.
Two crane tracks are suspended in parallel for the ABUS double rail system with the hoist suspended between them. The loads are distributed more evenly meaning less loading for the building structure. Wider suspension spacing is possible.
The ABUS single girder crane EHB is the most straightforward HB system solution for area-coverage materials handling within buildings. The EHB is a very light crane due to the simple construction of two crane tracks and one crane girder which makes it easy to move the EHB manually. This crane is ideal to be installed in lightweight buildings with low load-bearing ability.
The EHB-X is your answer should the building height of the EHB prove to be insufficient. The crane girder of this single girder crane does not run underneath the crane tracks but between them. The total height of the crane is equal to the height of a single profile. A vastly improved lifting height is achieved. This can be very useful if high machinery in the transport area needs to be negotiated.
The ABUS double girder crane ZHB is the answer for heavy loads combined with area-coverage transport. The ZHB is also characterised by long crane spans. The ABUS chain hoist is also suspended between the crane girders making for an optimised lifting height.
The ZHB-X is your answer should the building height of the ZHB prove to be insufficient. The crane girder of this double girder crane does not run underneath the crane tracks but between them. The total height of the crane is equal to the height of a single profile. A vastly improved lifting height is achieved. This can be very useful if high machinery in the transport area needs to be negotiated.
The ABUS double girder crane ZHB-3 teaches us how obstacles can be overcome: This double girder crane is suspended from three crane tracks. Very long crane spans become thus possible making the crane able to service large surface areas.
The ABUS single girder crane EHB-I is a good solution for area-coverage material transport in buildings that have existing rolled-section girders fitted at a distance appropriate for crane tracks. The lightweight crane girder consists of a hollow profile suitable to run directly on this rolled-section girder crane track when combined with the two underslung trolleys.
The ABUS double girder crane ZHB-I is the answer for heavy loads combined with area-coverage material transport. The ZHB-I is also characterised by long crane girder lengths. The crane travels directly on crane tracks consisting of rolled-section girders. The ABUS chain hoist is also suspended between the crane girders making for an optimised lifting height.
The principle of modularity is what characterises ABUS strength to offer individual, customised and at the same time efficient solutions.
ABUS HB systems offer a diverse range of solutions suitable for every situation – regardless of the condition of the ceiling structure. Offered standardised ceiling connection options can be adapted to almost any shape and material – ranging from steel beams or reinforced concrete ceilings to concrete beams or wooden trusses. When planning ABUS systems, the number of components used is kept as low as possible. This simplifies the installation of the crane system, helps to avoid errors and saves time.
Freestanding steel structure solutions are normally used where the ceiling structure is either not suitable or available to support the crane system. Cantilever or T-supports developed and standardised by ABUS make implementation considerably easier – from planning to installation.
Thanks to ABUS smooth-running end carriage, little force is required when manually moving cranes and trolleys on the suspended rail. It does not make any difference whether you use steel or aluminium profiles. This means a plus in ergonomics and effortless working for your employees, who use the suspended rail system every day.
A suspended rail system offers the efficient transport of workpieces and will considerably optimize your working processes. For profiles made of aluminium, we are further expanding this product range. Thanks to the low service weight, fast positioning options and smooth crane movements are possible. The aluminium profiles, which are manufactured using an extrusion moulding process provide high quality running surfaces which ensures smooth running, which is especially beneficial for main girders that are moved by hand.
The material and production flow in your company can change at any time – thanks to the modular construction, you can always convert or expand your ABUS HB system. Existing crane systems can be modified, different profiles made of steel and aluminium can be combined and the distance between the suspension points for mounting your profile track can be optimised. The load capacities can also be increased if the construction is statically suitable.
Eilbeck Cranes offers ABUS suspended rail systems for a wide range of services in flexibility, quality, technology and economy so all traits ABUS are recognised for in the market. The recipe for success: a customised solution for your application based on standardised components.
You can also achieve the maximum possible efficiency with electric chain hoist, which is used in combination with the light crane systems. For double girder cranes, it is installed in the trolley frame, which sits between the crane girders, so that an optimum hook height can be achieved even with low connection heights.
Eilbeck will work together with you to find the optimum crane system in a personal consultation on site – whether it be a single-rail trolley track or double-rail trolley track, single girder crane or double girder crane.
For working with loads above 2t and for load capacities of up to 120t, we recommend our overhead cranes (single girder, double girder or underslung cranes) which can accommodate spans of up to 40m (depending on the load capacity) and offer an ideal use of space as well as superior lifting equipment capabilities. As workplace cranes, our slewing jib cranes support your employees in coping with daily loads. These can be designed with a load capacity of up to 6.3t as a pillar jib crane and of up to 5t as a wall-mounted jib crane.
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