Craneways and slewing cranes

Individually integrated craneways and slewing cranes


Looking for tailored handling machines that work with your production?
Here are three reasons why craneways and slewing cranes are your best choice

1.

Customer-specific X–Y craneway design

2.

Optionally available with assembly

3.

Slewing crane as a low-price solution to work in a circular area

CRANEWAY


  • Smooth running with a large operating area
  • Different suspension possibilities available using existing structures or separate supports
  • Available with a travel drive for heavy weights
  • Jib constructions or steel substructure where required

SLEWING CRANE


  • Serves as a wall slewing crane or pillar slewing crane
  • Working length of up to 6 meters
  • Also available with a slewing drive when dealing with heavy weights
  • Height of the jib edge designed according to customer requirements

References


Mid-American Glass, US

#appliances #architectural #automation #FC Series #flat glass tempering #glass tempering #glass tempering process #RC Series #reference

“Maggie gives us outstanding flexibility to temper 3 to 19 mm glass. Louie gives us purpose – to temper the best heat-strengthened and heavy commercial insulated glass,” says Michelle Magyar, President of Mid-American Glass.

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Al-Manna, Saudi Arabia

#architectural #automation #FC Series #flat glass tempering #glass tempering #Jumbo Series #reference #safety glass

“Our aim is to achieve the highest level of perfection with the glass we provide to the booming market in Saudi Arabia,” says Mr. Ibrahim and Mr. Dafeer Manna Al-Amri, who head up Al-Manna Glass in the country’s capital of Riyadh.

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Glas Dreisbusch, Germany

#architectural #IG unit #insulating glass #TPS #VARIO

“The idea of a special U-shaped design to fit our confined space was created over lunch by my son Maximillian Dreisbusch and two Glaston service engineers. I think this says everything about our close and collaborative partnership with Glaston,” says Thomas Dreisbusch, Managing Director of Glas Dreisbusch.

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