Patented Track Bridge Cranes

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Shupper-Brickle Equipment

Custom-Designed & Fabricated PT Bridge Cranes

Shupper-Brickle provides durable, patented track bridge cranes that are custom-designed and fabricated to meet the demands of your application or production facility. We represent Louden, Trambeam, and Cleveland Tramrail products, and with over 50 years of industry experience, our sales engineers can help you determine the right equipment for your application.

What is a patented track bridge crane? 

Patented track is specifically configured for overhead lifting applications, and patented track bridge cranes are made for long-term, frequent use. Patented track is manufactured with a low-carbon upper portion and a hardened, high-carbon lower flange. It’s engineered based on the beam span, capacity of the crane, and the wheel load of the hoist.

What are the advantages of patented track bridge cranes?

Patented Track bridge cranes are designed and fabricated for durability. It’s not uncommon to find a system in good working condition after 30 or 40 years of use. The track’s superior quality maximizes up-time and safety over the equipment’s lifetime.

Where are patented track bridge cranes used?

Patented Track bridge cranes are found where frequent use, durability, and safety are required. They’re often seen in the Airline Industry and in hot metal foundries.

Patented Track Bridge Crane Services

We have extensive experience both designing and installing patented track bridge crane systems, monorail systems, and accessories to expand your system capabilities. We ship equipment and components across the country, and our service area includes New Jersey, the Greater New York City area, the Greater Philadelphia area, Delaware, and Eastern Shore Maryland.

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