Yacht Maintenance 1~12 Ton Boat Lift Marine Jib Crane

Yacht Maintenance 1~12 Ton Boat Lift Marine Jib Crane


  • Loading capacity: 3-20 tons
  • Arm length: 3-12m
  • Lifting height: 4-15m or according to customer request
  • Working duty: A5
  • Power source: 220v/380v/400v/415v/440v/460v, 50hz/60hz, 3 phase
  • Control model: pendent control,remote control

Product Details and Features

The demands of the maritime and power industries demand specialty equipment, such as specialty cranes. Although a wide range of materials handling equipment is used in the maritime sector, cranes, in particular, are particularly essential. Marine cranes are used to assist with heavy lifting, moving tons of materials and freight from place to place. Marine bridge cranes are designed to safely and efficiently load and unload freight aboard common carrier, container ship, bulk carrier, and other vessels.

SEVENCRANE has standard shipping ranges for all cranes and parts, with open-top containers being preferred shipping options where designs include cranes, booms, gantry cranes, and parts, considering the volume and protection for shipping. Boatlift commonly also called Boat Jib Crane, boat crane is commonly used at boatyards, fish harbours to move ships and vessels from the water to the land, in turn used at boatyards for building boats.

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Equipped with maximum capacity, marine cranes are designed for operation in extreme maritime environments. All of the cranes in the Jib Series offer a few key features which make them a strong solution in marine working environments. In addition to their marine applications, jib cranes are often used at building sites at the top, lifting materials up the various floors inside a facility. Special-purpose jib cranes, or wall-mounted cranes, may be designed for customers specific applications.

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Product Process

A marine jib crane may optionally incorporate an enclosure and lifting straps to raise a vessel. Wheel-mounted jib cranes might not have the most impressive weight specifications, but these cranes can make lifting relatively small loads a lot more affordable. In addition to various types of jib cranes, monorail and trestle-mounted lifts, gantry cranes, and underhook devices are frequently used in maritime environments. Eletric marine jib cranes are more likely to be used for lighter loads with lower operating cycle compared with bridge cranes and gantry cranes.

Several of the commercially available jib cranes enable tools, such as balancers, handlers, and lifts, to be carried easily on overhead rails on a boom of a jib. Traveling cranes allow the hoists to move down the length of the boom, providing some added flexibility. An articulated jib crane system has one boom with two articulation points for maneuvering through complex areas, including reaching around corners and columns, as well as underneath containers and machinery. Mast-style jib crane systems avoid expensive foundations, mounting on existing building columns and the six-inch-thick reinforced concrete floor, as standard.