Jib Cranes by Spanco

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Spanco Jib Cranes

Spanco Jib Cranes lift and transport materials in semi circles (180 degrees) or full circles (360 degrees) around their support structure.

Jib cranes can be used to “hand off” materials to adjacent workstations, and hoists, manipulators, or balancers can be installed on the jibs’ booms. Spanco's articulating jib crane booms can reach around obstacles, such as columns, and all Spanco jibs quickly fold out of the way of overhead cranes.

Spanco Jib Cranes maximize space utilization with a choice of configurations: Wall-mounted jib cranes, ceiling or wall-mounted articulating jib cranes, and wall-traveling jib cranes require no floor space. We offer models with unrivaled clearance, both above and under the boom. On some designs, you can use your building’s existing columns or overhead beams to mount our jib cranes, saving you money. And freestanding jibs can be weatherized for outdoor use. Many options are available with Spanco's Fast Track lead times of 3-5 business days.

Spanco Jibs are American-made with capacities from 100 pounds to 10,000 pounds standard and up to 30,000 pounds customized. Hundreds of pre-engineered models are available, including quick-shipping options.

Types of Spanco Jib Crane 

Spanco offers a wide variety of jib crane types from free standing and wall mounted to articulating and wall-traveling. With more than 50 years of experience in the hoist and crane industry, Shupper-Brickle Equipment can help you determine which Spanco Jib Crane is right for your lifting needs.

  • Freestanding Jib
  • Wall-Mounted Jib
  • Mast-Style Jibs
  • Workstation Jibs
  • Articulating Jib
  • Wall-Traveling Jib
  • Retrofit Jib
  • Foundationless Jib

Spanco Jib Cranes for Sale

Shupper-Brickle Equipment is an authorized Spanco equipment distributer, including Jib Cranes, and we can assist you to find the jib that best meets your lifting needs and budget. Contact us for equipment, system upgrades, and repairs.  Be sure to check out our blog post: The Top 5 Things to Know Before Buying a Jib Crane