Lyftman LR-System - lightweight crane systems
TAWI manufactures Lyftman LR-Systems consisting of monorail, single girder cranes in both steel and aluminium, twin girder cranes, curves, low built systems and floor mounted constructions.
Our cranes and jibs are manufactured based on the Lyftman LR-System profiles. The reliable and cost effective steel profile LR120/170. It is produced from cold rolled, single piece high strength steel. The self-adjusting joint concept is designed to simplify installation. Our automatic powder coating line ensures high quality resistance to corrosion and long lifespan. With four basic track sizes and self-adjusting joint concept an optimised combination is always guaranteed. Offers a span up to 8 meters between supports for ceiling structures with infrequent support points.
Lyftman jib cranes
Lyftman manual jib cranes are available in four basic versions for installation on a wall or column to handle goods up to 125 kg. A majority of the models are available with jib arm in aluminium to offer the least amount of friction, achieving smooth operation. These jibs can be installed to a wall or column and are suitable for lightweight goods handling. The radius of action is available between 180-270 degrees. Arm length is available up to 6 meters.
The monorail system is a cost effective choice when working along a straight line with no demand for sideways transportation.
The low weight of the system is a great advantage for the operator who moves the crane bridge manually.
Curves are a natural step towards the optimal overhead system. With 45 degree angular modules in combination with the variety of profiles and the flexible range of suspensions we can offer an optimal system, every time.
Lyftman overhead steel crane system combined with a telescopic separate girder installed under the steel girder.
Underbraced jib arms are optimal for handling lightweight goods up to 80 kg in areas with low headroom.
An articulated jib arm is an excellent alternative to other jib arms when you want to improve operational space in small areas.