Gantry Crane

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This section defines required pre-service operational testing and load testing. These protocols are a standard part of Konecrane’s maintenance and crane modernization programs. OSHA 1910.179 Overhead & Gantry Cranes Regulations (the following excerpt taken directly from OSHA 1910.179) Operational testsGantry […]

gantry cranes fem standard tests

This section defines required pre-service operational testing and load testing. These protocols are a standard part of Konecrane’s maintenance and crane modernization programs. OSHA 1910.179 Overhead & Gantry Cranes Regulations (the following excerpt taken directly from OSHA 1910.179) Operational tests

Gantry crane with fem crane standards- Dongqi European crane

Lifting capacity of standard FEM gantry crane: 3 ton, 5 ton, 8 ton, 10 ton, 12.5 ton, 16 ton and 20 ton, and up to 150 ton. Span of standard FEM gantry crane: 7.5 m to 31.5 m. Lifting height of FEM gantry crane: 6m, 9m 12m, 18m; Customized gantry cranes with European standards are available based on customer requirements. Application of FEM

9 – Interpretation of the overhead and gantry cranes standard. – 09/26/1996 1910.179 – Loads must be attached to the block hook by a sling or other approved device and may not be attached directly to the running rope.

Product Name: FEM/DIN Standard Gantry Crane. Capacity: 10t, 20/5t, 32/5t, 50/10t, or other. Lifting Height: 10m, 12m or other. Span: 18~35m, 18~26m, 26~35m, or other. Work Duty: A5 . FEM DIN standard gantry crane is a new generation gantry crane made in line with FEM, DIN European standards.

Corresponding Crane Class: Typical Application: FEM HMI ISO CMAA DIN 15018 and sim. DIN 15018 and sim. 1C m: H1: M2: Class A: H1/B2: Maintenance crane in machine house. Used only occasionally. 1B m: H2: M3: Class B: H1/B2: Light duty work shop crane, single shift operation, low average loads. Maximal load lifted occasionally. 1A m: H3: M4

n this Standard, unless otherwise specified, the terms crane and hoist are used generically to refer to all lifting devices within the scope. If a specific type of crane or hoist is being addressed, the appropriate term will be used, e.g., gantry crane, monorail, or jib crane.

Crane Operation and Load Testing | Konecranes USA

This section defines required pre-service operational testing and load testing. These protocols are a standard part of Konecrane’s maintenance and crane modernization programs. OSHA 1910.179 Overhead & Gantry Cranes Regulations (the following excerpt taken directly from OSHA 1910.179) Operational tests

Lifting capacity of standard FEM gantry crane: 3 ton, 5 ton, 8 ton, 10 ton, 12.5 ton, 16 ton and 20 ton, and up to 150 ton. Span of standard FEM gantry crane: 7.5 m to 31.5 m. Lifting height of FEM gantry crane: 6m, 9m 12m, 18m; Customized gantry cranes with European standards are available based on customer requirements. Application of FEM

9 – Interpretation of the overhead and gantry cranes standard. – 09/26/1996 1910.179 – Loads must be attached to the block hook by a sling or other approved device and may not be attached directly to the running rope.

Product Name: FEM/DIN Standard Gantry Crane. Capacity: 10t, 20/5t, 32/5t, 50/10t, or other. Lifting Height: 10m, 12m or other. Span: 18~35m, 18~26m, 26~35m, or other. Work Duty: A5 . FEM DIN standard gantry crane is a new generation gantry crane made in line with FEM, DIN European standards.

Corresponding Crane Class: Typical Application: FEM HMI ISO CMAA DIN 15018 and sim. DIN 15018 and sim. 1C m: H1: M2: Class A: H1/B2: Maintenance crane in machine house. Used only occasionally. 1B m: H2: M3: Class B: H1/B2: Light duty work shop crane, single shift operation, low average loads. Maximal load lifted occasionally. 1A m: H3: M4

CSA B167-2016 – B167-16 – Overhead cranes, gantry cranes

n this Standard, unless otherwise specified, the terms crane and hoist are used generically to refer to all lifting devices within the scope. If a specific type of crane or hoist is being addressed, the appropriate term will be used, e.g., gantry crane, monorail, or jib crane.