Top Gantry Crane Brands: Spanco and Gorbel for Your Lifting Needs.

Posted by Craig Cappel on Mar 01, 2023

Top Gantry Crane Brands: Spanco and Gorbel for Your Lifting Needs.

Gantry cranes are essential for lifting and moving heavy objects in various industries. These cranes feature a horizontal beam supported by two or more legs that run on rails or wheels, allowing them to move along a track or on the ground. Gantry cranes are available in various sizes and weight capacities, making them suitable for various applications, from construction sites to warehouses and factories.

If you're in the market for a gantry  crane, you'll find a wide selection available from top brands like Gorbel and Spanco. Both companies offer high-quality gantry cranes designed for durability and performance.

For example, Gorbel's FGM 1-ton fixed-height steel gantry crane has a 20-foot span and is ideal for use in industrial settings. Its solid construction and high load capacity make it a reliable choice for heavy lifting. If you need a higher-capacity crane, Gorbel also offers the FGM 2-ton fixed-height steel gantry crane with a 15-foot span.

Spanco's A-series 1-ton aluminum adjustable-height and span gantry crane is portable, easy to move and set up. This crane is made from lightweight aluminum and can be adjusted to various heights and spans, making it versatile and convenient for many applications. Spanco also offers the PF-series 2-ton adjustable steel gantry crane and the crane for more extensive lifting needs.

In addition to the standard steel gantry cranes, both Gorbel and Spanco offers aluminum gantry cranes that are lighter and easier to move. For example, the Sparco E-series 3-ton gantry adjustable-height crane, while the A-series mentioned above is an aluminum gantry crane. The aluminum construction makes the A-series crane lightweight and easy to move around, while the steel construction of the E-series provides a higher weight capacity.

Other types of gantry cranes available include portable gantry cranes, rolling gantry cranes, and telescoping gantry cranes. Portable gantry cranes are designed to be easy to move around and set up quickly while rolling gantry cranes have wheels that allow them to be moved around easily. Telescoping gantry cranes have a telescoping beam that can be extended or retracted to adjust the crane's height and reach.

Gantry cranes are available in many weight capacities, from 1-ton gantry cranes to 10-ton gantry cranes and beyond. Small gantry cranes are suitable for lifting lighter objects, while larger gantry cranes can handle heavier loads. There are also overhead gantry cranes available that are designed to be suspended from the ceiling, providing more overhead clearance.

If you're looking for a gantry crane for sale, there are many options available from top manufacturers like Gorbel and Spanco. Whether you need a small, portable gantry crane for your garage or workshop or a larger industrial gantry crane for your factory or construction site, there's a gantry crane that's right for you.

At Ace Industries, we are proud of our rich history dating back to 1932, when we started as an electric motor shop in Atlanta, GA. Over the years, we have become one of the largest independent overhead crane and hoist distribution, manufacturing, and service companies in the United States, with fully stocked warehouses, service centers, and sales offices located throughout the country. We have evolved our focus to offer a wide range of material handling products and expanded our services to include manufacturing bridge cranes and runways and opening thirty service branches coast to coast and two manufacturing and distribution facilities. Our success is driven by our unwavering commitment to quality and customer-first service, always with the goal of serving with integrity to find the right product for the right application.

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Author Craig Cappel

Craig Cappel has been an enthusiastic part of the sales team at Ace Industries since 2005. Craig participated in the Ace expansion into Texas in 2012, moving to Houston for the launch of the new Distribution warehouse and in 2015 returned to HQ in Georgia to lead the Business Development Center of Excellence. Craig’s focus has been on applications, managing projects ranging from industrial fab, offshore and oil & gas, to entertainment and production rigging. With a current role on the customer service team and website development and sales, Craig also oversees Ace’s in-house hoist repairs and warranty work.

Craig lives in the Atlanta suburbs with two large dogs, both huskies, and can be found painting on large canvases, listening to a broad playlist of music and dreaming of the Hawaii surf.