Remote control overhead crane utilizes wireless remote control system to direct the movement of the crane and the hoist. It allows the operator to keep away from the load and maintain good visibility. The crane is also very easy to operate, and only one operator is needed to perform the work. Our overhead crane is available in multiple configurations to suit your specify facility conditions and operational needs, including single girder, double girder, top running and underhung system.
Details of Remote Control Overhead Crane
- Single girder or double girder
- Control mode: remote control
- Crane working environment: indoors, dust, high heat, explosive, etc.
- Applications: heavy machine shops, warehouses, steel mills, chemical plants, paper mills, maintenance and assembly shops, etc.
- Customized according to your needs
- Optional variable frequency speed
Single girder remote control overhead crane parameters:
- Load capacity: 1-25t
- Span: 7.5-31.5m
- Lifting height: 6-30m
- Lifting speed: 0.3-8m/min
- Hoist running speed: 20m/min
- Crane running speed: 20m/min
- Work duty: A3, A4
Double girder overhead crane with remote control parameters:
- Load capacity: 5-450t
- Span: 10.5-31.5m
- Lifting height: 6-24m
- Lifting speed: 2.1-11.5m/min
- Trolley running speed: 27-40m/min
- Crane running speed: 42-75m/min
- Work duty: A3-A7
Advantages of Using Remote Control Overhead Crane
- One of the most important advantages is increased safety, as it allows the operator to stay away from the load while controlling the crane. Crane operator is able to walk around to get a better view of the load and the surroundings and ensure that the path is unobstructed.
- Remote control will free the operator from the restrictions of pendant control cables or cabin.
- The overhead crane is very easy to operate and has low operating costs.
- Overhead crane with remote control can improve working conditions, ideal for high-risk applications.
Working of Remote Control Overhead Crane
Overhead crane remote control utilizes a radio transmitter and receiver to direct three directions of crane motion: crane travelling operation, hoist lifting and travelling operation.
Crane travelling operation: utilizing crane travelling mechanism to move the crane back and forth along the runway beam.
Hoist lifting operation: using a lifting mechanism to lift and lower the load.
Hoist travelling operation: using hoist trolley travelling mechanism to move along the bridge girder.
Technical Parameters of Remote Control Overhead Crane
|Technical Parameter of AQ-LD Single Girder Overhead Crane|
|Track type||P18||P18 P24||P24||P24||P24 P30||P30 P38||P38 P43||P38 P43|
|Technical Parameter of AQ-QD Double Girder Overhead Crane|
|Track type||P38||P38 P43||P43||P43||QU70||QU80|
Safety Requirements for Crane Wireless Remote Control
- Crane with remote control should have various protection functions, such as zero position protection, short circuit protection, emergency stop button and travel limit switch. If the remote control uses a non-automatic reset joystick, it is required that all joysticks should be at the zero position before operation.
- Crane using wireless remote control should be provided with a main contractor or an air circuit breaker with loss of voltage to cut off the main power of the crane.
- The wireless remote control overhead crane should be provided with an obvious remote indicator, indicating that the crane is operated with a remote control.
- When a crane is operated by both remote control and driver’s cab, the two should be interlocked. A transfer switch must be provided at the entrance to the driver’s cab.
- Relays and contactors running in forward and reverse directions should be electrically The radio remote control system should have the ability to resist co-frequency interference.
- The receiver housing and intermediate relay box should be reliably connected to the crane steel structure.
- Wireless remote control should be provided with emergency stop function, which includes active emergency stop and passive emergency stop. Active emergency stop means that the driver issues an emergency stop instruction through the transmitter to cut off the main power supply to the crane, and stop the various mechanisms of the crane. Passive emergency stop means that when the receiver fails to detect normal signals or fails in a certain period of time, it can cut off the power of the channel and stop the operation of the crane mechanism.
We not only supply a full range of overhead cranes, but offer extensive after-sales service:
- Crane installation and commissioning: we will send experienced engineers to the work site to guide the installation and commissioning of the equipment.
- Staff training: we offer staff training service to make sure they have the knowledge to operate the crane correctly.
- Technical support: we have a professional technical team to provide you with technical service in the whole order process.
- 12-month warranty
- 24/7 service
Get A Free Quote Today!
Please provide the following basic information so we can help you select the right overhead crane for your facility and provide you with the correct quote:
- Rated load capacity
- Span of the crane
- Lifting height
- Crane working environment
- Type of load or material
- How many hours does the crane work per day?
- How many meters does the crane travel?
- Other special requirements
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