Bridge cranes are the most common form of overhead crane in industry. Bridge cranes consist of (2) parallel runways, which the crane (called the bridge) travels across, spanning the gap. Then the hoist which travels perpendicular to the bridge is then used for lifting desired load. Both the bridge and the hoist create a (3) motion system.
Get rid of unnecessary manual lifting
Provide a single worker the ability to move multiple loads
Work from multiple locations
Replace jib cranes and fork lifts
Very easy installation
With free standing runway, crane length can be increased as needed