Single Girder Top Running Bridge Cranes
Tri-State Overhead Crane is your go to source for top running single girder bridge cranes. Single girder bridge cranes are the proven solution for many material handling challenges. Properly applied these cranes can give years of service.
Top running single girder bridge cranes can be provided for CMAA Class A, Class B, Class C and Class D with typical capacities up to 35 ton and spans to 90 feet. Higher capacities and spans are available. Typically these single girder cranes are designed from standard I-Beams or Wide flange but can be provided with custom fabricated monobox, patented track or truss construction.
Single girder bridge cranes can be provided with manual chain hoists, electric chain hoists, or electric wire rope hoists for maximum flexibility in your work area.
Our equipment is used in traditional industries such as steel fabrication, coil handling, construction, equipment repair, power, defense, railroad as well as specialized environments such as medical, semi-conductor, biotechnology and food processing. We can provide clean room as well as spark resistant, or explosion proof systems per your specifications.
These cranes are highly customizable. Optional features include radio remote control, independent traveling pushbutton stations, anti-collision systems, travel limits for bridge and trolley, variable frequency control, bridge lights and warning bells or horn, weight readout to name a few.
Advantages of Single Girder Top Running Cranes
- Cost effective due to less dead weight and thus less load on runway and building structure and foundations.
- Less cost on freight to job site.
- Easier installation thus less install costs.
- Ease of maintenance.
- All Tri-State overhead cranes are designed to CMAA specifications.
TSOC manufactures single girder top running 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.