GANTRY CRANE

We offer a wide range of GATES, for light duty applications and demanding processes. Our standard offering with high-quality basic equipment or advanced offering with high-tech features is usually sufficient; but if not, we can also provide a solution tailored to your processes


Industry-leading Gantry crane Technology

Tin Phat Grantry crane uses the latest technology to increase the safety and productivity of our customers' businesses. We are working on the production front lines of industrial customers and our smart features represent the most advanced crane functionality on the market today. Our Industrial Axle represents quality, high-end Tin Phat starting from a single component all the way to the entire process.

OUR GANTRY CRANE

Our Gantry Cranes give you the certainty of the highest quality, efficiency and reliability. Every gantry crane and every gantry component reflects the crane's decades of expertise and reliability as the industry leader.

Our product portfolio includes single girder and double girder gantry cranes and goat foot gantry cranes, Besides the universal gantry cranes with welded box girders, we also offer tubular leg solutions. Our gantry cranes are tailored to meet the specific needs of our customers, in line with our range. With support and convenience functions, our pivot gates provide safety and support during operation.

 

 

Concept of Gantry Crane, what is Gantry Crane?

Gantry crane is a type of crane found in industrial environments, docks, and outdoor material yards. The gantry consists of two parallel rails placed on the ground along the factory, warehouse, and harbor. Hoist/hoist,  the crane's material lifting device, moves along the horizontal side of the gantry structure.

A gantry crane is a crane built on top of a truss, which is a structure used to prop up an object or workspace. They can range from huge "full" Gantry Cranes, capable of lifting some of the heaviest loads in the world, to small shop cranes, used for various tasks.

The terms Gantry and Crane are often used interchangeably, as both types of lifting equipment focus on their workload. The difference often drawn between the two is that with gantry cranes, the entire structure (including the truss) is usually wheeled (usually on rails). In contrast, the support structure of a crane is fixed in place, usually in the form of a wall or ceiling of a building, attached to a movable crane that runs overhead along a rail or beam (which itself has a movable). Even more confusing is that Gantry Cranes can also incorporate mobile girder cranes in addition to the fact that the entire structure is made of wheels and some overhead cranes are suspended from a free-standing truss.

 

TYPICAL PROJECTS