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Bridge Crane Systems
If you are looking for bridge cranes in San Antonio, TX, then you've come to the right place. We are a leading supplier for bridge crane systems. We carry top single girder crane systems, double girder underhung systems, bridge cranes with workstations, and we all can custom design your crane system. We provide new bridge crane sales, servicing and repairs. Contact our team today for a free consultation.
Gantry Crane Systems
When it comes to Gantry cranes in Dallas, Texas, American Western Steel is a turnkey provider. We offer full service gantry cranes. We design, manufacture, deliver, train, service and even repair gantry cranes. Whatever need you may have for moving things, we have the gantry crane system for you. We provide stand alone crane systems that can be used outdoor or indoor. Contact our service team today for a free gantry crane consultation.
Jib Crane Systems
Since 2008, American Western Steel has been providing, installing, and maintaining jib cranes for Greater Dallas, TX. As a local jib crane and hoist company, we provide full services crane systems. Our jib cranes systems can be manufactured to operate any where you need them such as the roof, columns, and even independently. We are the top local jib crane company and want to earn your business. Contact our jib crane sales team today for a free consultation.
Common Overhead Crane Questions
Our San Antonio overhead cranes are heavy duty systems used to move extremely heavy and/or bulky loads. We use the overhead space in a facility to move objects securely and safely.
When it comes to overhead cranes, they are heavy duty equipment and can malfunction just like anything else. The number one issue with overhead cranes is caused within the wiring throughout the crane. Common issues that cause wire failure are overloaded cranes, fatigues cranes, or under serviced cranes.
Because overhead cranes are extremely powerful, they must be operated by a trained professional. Common hazards of crane operations are shifting loads, falling of load, object coming into contact with a person or stationary object causing damage. High speed operations, poo communication, and poor visibility are common reason for user error when operating an overhead crane.
Any crane operator operating overhead cranes above 2,000 lbs. will need to be certified by an accredited crane operator testing center. A recommended testing company would be the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).