• Can Your New Factory In The Northern U.S. Support An Under-Hung Crane And Snow?

    For most manufacturing companies, under-running, or under-hung, cranes, have many advantages over top-running ones. They require a ceiling that can support the weight of the crane and its load, though. For businesses in the Northern United States, where snow has collapsed buildings, the roof must be especially strong. If you own a manufacturing company and are building a new plan in the Northern U.S., work closely with an overhead crane manufacturer to make sure your factory's ceiling will be able to support an under-hung crane -- even in winter.
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  • Fascinating Facts About Cranes You Might Not Know

    Admittedly, cranes aren't the most interesting topic you could choose to talk about at your next dinner party. The giraffes of the construction and manufacturing industry may have a reputation for blandness, but that doesn't mean they don't have some interesting trivia associated with them. Here are some truly fascinating facts about cranes that you might not know, so you can impress at your next exciting social function. Getting Cranes To The Top Of Buildings
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