An overhead traveling crane, also known as a bridge crane, is commonly used for industrial load lifting. Overhead traveling cranes can be classified as electric overhead traveling (EOT) crane or a rotary overhead crane. The electric overhead is the more READ MORE
Electric overhead traveling cranes are operated by a control panel. Unlike some cranes which require a trained and licensed operator, these cranes can be used by any worker who has had basic instruction in their safety operation.
Electric overhead traveling cranes follow the same general design with some variation between the double girder and single girder models. Double girder models are built with the hoist held in between two large metal beams, typically connected to the ceiling. Sometimes these are built as free-standing, lightweight cranes for smaller lifting jobs.
The abbreviation EOT stands for electric overhead traveling crane. Even though it has the word electric in its name, it can be operated manually as well. It is for the purpose of moving around specified amounts of weight within a READ MORE