Jib Crane

Designed to move heavy equipment pieces. The steel construction of the jib crane gives it the capacity to handle one ton. Its 20-foot span can rotate manually 360 degrees. From under the beam, the height of the unit is 15 feet.

Why Choose the Jib Crane

Jib Crane
Jib Crane - Multiple sizes


Jib Cranes

A jib crane hoist is a machine designed to move loads and other heavy equipment pieces. A horizontal member supporting an adjustable hoist is fixed to a wall or other floor-mounted structure during application. Jib systems are affordable, valuable, and straightforward and can aid a human operator in repetitive lifting tasks. Some operators choose to pair cranes with a bridge crane to unite workspaces. By using a crane and bridge crane in tandem, hauling tasks can be completed much more easily.

These machines are beneficial because they can be adapted to operate in a small work area with limited space. Jib cranes are most commonly used in indoor applications because of their adaptability. Further, these cranes can be adapted to fit in buildings with low ceilings or many internal structures.

  • 2,000 lbs. Capacity
  • 15’ height under beam
  • 20’ span
  • 16” wide flange beam with 7” flange width
  • Recommended concrete footing is 4’ deep, 7’ square
  • 360° manual rotation
  • Unit is steel construction
  • Electric Chain Hoist
    • Includes chain container and pull type trolley
    • 8 feet per minute single speed
    • 460 volt, 3 phase power


Jib Crane Specs

1 Ton Jib Crane​​

  • Handles loads weighing up to 2,000 pounds
  • 15 inch of height under the beam
  • 20 inch host span
  • Flange beam measures 16 inches high and 7 inches wide
  • 360 degrees of manual rotation
  • Constructed from steel
  • Equipped with an electric chain hoist
  • Includes chain container and pull-type trolley
  • Hoist moves at rate of 8 feet per minute
  • 460 volts and 3 phase power
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