Jib Cranes

A jib crane consists of a horizontal jib or boom which is fixed to the wall or to a floor mounted pillar and supports a movable hoist. Depending on how the jib is supported this type of crane can swing to angles up to 360 degree. The rotation is created either manually or electrically. Jib cranes application range from small workshops to harbors and even to nuclear power plants. They can be utilized as standalone structure or in conjunction with other lifting devices such as overhead cranes, to carry lighter loads and free up the overhead crane for heavier loads
Precision in design and production of PAXAA’s jib cranes allows workers to position loads safely and easily. PAXAA offers both floor and wall mounted jib cranes. Our jib crane selection criteria provide an economical and ergonomical solution for your work cell.