ABUS cranes are highly versatile and extremely reliable and have a number of features which all manufacturers don’t offer as standard equipment.ABUS is one of Europe’s leading crane manufacturers, offering customers tailor-made solutions for efficient material handling and individual service from design through to maintenance. ABUS crane systems cover the entire load range up to 100 T and can easily be adapted to any factory shape or application conditions. The wide range of accessories available means that ABUS cranes are ideally suited for special applications. These cranes are highly versatile and extremely reliable and have a number of features which by no means all manufacturers offer as standard equipment.ABUS travelling cranes, designed for handling loads up to 100 T, are the ideal solution for heavy lifting and wide spans. The range includes four series designed for different applications and operating conditions: single girder, double girder, underslung and single girder wall travelling cranes.Single girder travelling cranes: They ensure efficient material handling even where very little space is available in production halls or warehouses. ABUS single girder travelling cranes are available with rolled section or box girders. Each model is available in different girder connection versions to allow a space-saving configuration and an optimised highest hook position. The range allows efficient material handling with load capacities up to 12.5 T and spans up to 36 m even in halls with low ceilings. With a minimal safety clearance between top of crane and factory roof, and the compact dimensions of ABUS crane girders, it is possible to make full use of the available height and to reduce the cost of a new building. The ABUS range of single girder travelling cranes includes a variety of girder connection versions for highly versatile adaptation to the space and dimensions available.The range can be equipped with different girder connection versions for each track. In this way, you can divide a wide factory into two sections, allowing highly flexible material handling. With ABUS radio remote control, a number of crane operators can operate one or more cranes in tandem. It gives crane operators maximum freedom of movement, which is especially important where visibility is poor and for lifting heavy loads or controlling travelling cranes on different levels.Double girder travelling cranes: These offer the highest possible load capacity, up to 100 tonne. They are available with rolled section or box girders and feature the versatility needed for special requirements. Two girders are simply stronger than one, making ABUS double girder travelling cranes the ideal solution for the area coverage handling of heavy loads up to 100 t. Like all ABUS factory cranes, these units are available with a number of main girder connection versions to best suit new or existing buildings and the best in functionality, versatility and convenience.Underslung travelling cranes: These are installed on ceiling mounted tracks rather than free standing or building columns. Advantageous side approach dimensions allow the optimum use of the entire width of the production. Complex factory configurations pose special problems, but they are easy to solve with ABUS underslung travelling cranes. The crane track is mounted directly on the factory ceiling and not on free standing structural or building columns, allowing efficient material handling solutions even in tight spaces with difficult design conditions.With minimum side approach dimension and cantilevers to suit individual conditions, ABUS underslung travelling cranes make full use of the space available. The highest hook position can also be raised by installing the main girder up between the end carriages.Single girder wall travelling cranes: These are installed on a separate track below other types of travelling cranes. The ABUS EKL single girder wall travelling crane is designed for spans up to 10 m and load capacities up to 5 tonne. The ABUS single girder wall travelling crane is designed for operation on a lower level beneath a large travelling crane system. These cranes provide additional handling possibilities and ensure smooth and trouble-free material handling between different working areas.