Cranes

Cranes are designed to improve productivity where lifting loads are simply too heavy. At Bramley Engineering, we can offer a package to design, manufacture and install lifting solutions tailored to any need - ensuring that productivity is not hindered. As a member of LEEA, we also carry out proof load testing and examinations in accordance with LOLER 1998 on all our products, which are issued with fully detailed test certificates.

The most common types of crane that we offer can be broken down into:

•   Overhead Travelling Cranes
•   Monorail Gantry Crane
•   Mobile Cranes
•   Jib Cranes
•   Lifting Davits

Browse through the options below to select your requirements or alternatively give us call today to arrange a site visit and we can advise on the best possible solution to your lifting problems.

Overhead Travelling Crane

The wall mounted jib crane has been designed for mounting on a wall or located column/beam. This workstation crane provides a slew range of 180° with jib arm lengths of up to 7 m and Safe Working Loads (SWL) of up to 1 t.

Monorail Gantry Crane

Like the column mount jib crane, the 360° jib crane has been designed for freestanding installation on the workspace floor. This workstation crane provides a slew range of 360° with jib arm lengths of up to 7 metres and Safe Working Loads (SWL) of up to 1000kg.

Mobile Crane

Like the column mount jib crane, the 360° jib crane has been designed for freestanding installation on the workspace floor. This workstation crane provides a slew range of 360° with jib arm lengths of up to 7 metres and Safe Working Loads (SWL) of up to 1000kg.

Jib Crane

The wall mounted jib crane has been designed for mounting on a wall or located column/beam. This workstation crane provides a slew range of 180° with jib arm lengths of up to 7 m and Safe Working Loads (SWL) of up to 1 t.

Lifting Davit 

The pillar jib crane LSX has been designed for freestanding installation on the building floor. This workstation crane provides a slew range of 270° with jib arm lengths of up to 7 m and Safe Working Loads (SWL) of up to 0.5 t.