Overhead Cranes - 1 Ton to 100 Ton Capacity Manufactured and Distributed by TSOC
Since 1959 TSOC has manufactured and assembled overhead bridge cranes for several industrial markets. TSOC has provided overhead cranes for sale to several industries including:
- Steel Fabrication
- Paper Mills
- Bulk Handling
- Power Plant
Overhead Bridge Cranes
An overhead bridge crane is designed to ride on a structural steel runway, and can range in spans from just a few feet to over 100 feet. A bridge crane will consist of endtrucks, I-Beam structure, power feed, a hoist and controls.
Overhead Crane Kits
If you have the labor skills and are mechanically inclined, an overhead crane kit is a cost effective way to assemble a crane. Overhead crane kits come with endtrucks, controls, festooning and hoists. TSOC will give you beam size recommendation, and the end user can then source the bridge steel locally.
Monorail Crane Systems
When lifting products in a pre-determined path, a monorail system is the ideal way to handle it. Monorail's have the ability transfer from system to system and can be designed to handle curves to match a production process.
TSOC has several engineers on staff that can layout and calculate a custom runway for you. Whether your runway is 10 feet long or 1000 ft long, 1 Ton or 100 Ton, TSOC can design and build the structural steel for your bridge crane to ride on.
Crane End Trucks
End Trucks allow your structural steel bridge to run on top of or below your runway system. A well designed end truck is fabricated from steel, and will take the torsional loading from the crane structure. Choose from our wide selection of manual and electric end trucks.
Crane Case Studies
TSOC has hundreds of cranes in the field. Take a look at a few of our more interesting applications.
Tri-State Overhead Crane is your reliable overhead crane manufacturer. TSOC distributes and manufactures overhead cranes; serving clients from coast to coast, Canada, Mexico and especially focused in the states of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, Tennessee, Kentucky, Iowa, and Oklahoma.