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Bridge/Overhead Crane

The bridge crane, also known as an overhead crane, are typically found in industrial environments. Its name comes from the fact that it resembles a bridge supported by two steel beams that straddle the workload, with the hoist (lifting mechanism) traveling along the bridge part of the crane.


Bulk Handling Crane

Bulk-handling cranes are used to carry large volumes of heavy materials, like coal or minerals. Instead of a hook at the end, bulk-handling cranes have a specialized hook that utilizes a grabbing mechanism and a bucket to grab, hold, and lift materials.


Crawler Crane

Unlike the wheeled carry deck cranes, crawlers are track vehicles. Instead of wheels, crawlers are built on an undercarriage fitted with a pair of rubber tracks. Though this limits the crawler’s turning capacity, the tracks make it possible to use on soft ground and sites with limited improvement without sinking.


Carry Deck Crane

Carry deck cranes are a relatively new type of crane that evolved from the older pick and carry model that was first introduced in the 1980s. They’re small, four-wheeled, can rotate a full 360 degrees, and are more portable than other types of cranes. Carry deck cranes are simple to set up, and their small size easily allows them to navigate around confined and open spaces, making them a staple on many job sites.


Truck Mounted Crane

Truck-mounted cranes are made up of two parts: the carrier (truck), and the boom (arm). Due to their unique build, they’re able to travel easily on the road with no unique set up or transportation equipment.


Rough Terrain Crane

A rough terrain crane is built similarly to a crawler crane, but instead of tracks, the undercarriage is outfitted with four large rubber tires that are typically equipped with four-wheel drive. Rough terrain cranes are also fitted with telescopic booms and outriggers to improve stability and make mobility much more manageable in tight and rough areas.


Tower Crane

Commonly used in the construction of tall buildings, tower cranes are beautiful machines that offer amazing lifting capabilities. Due to their size, tower cranes are equipped with an operating cab that controls the entire crane. Tower cranes have their jib extending horizontally from the mast (tower part), which itself rests on a concrete base.