Trolleys support a hoist and position the hoist over the designated loading area, moving cargo horizontally across the beams by use of a tapered and a flat wheel.

The type of trolley that is installed depends largely on the intended use, as well as the needs of the customer. Under-running (underhung) trolleys are attached to the bottom of the crane, whereas a top running trolley is attached on top of the crane beams. Whether a trolley is under-running or top-running depends on the intended load capacity of the crane, with top-running trolleys used for heavier loads.

Geared Trolleys

When accurate load spotting is necessary, a geared trolley is an excellent option. Geared trolleys consist of a looped hand chain, which is connected to a sprocket. The sprocket engages the gears which facilitates wheel movement when the operator pulls the hand chain. The trolley will travel in the opposite direction upon pulling the chain.


Hand-Push Trolleys

Hand-Pushed trolleys support a hoist with top hook or lug mounted suspensions and operate on a flat or tapered beam. They operate by manual handling and move horizontally on a beam.


Motorized Trolleys

Motorized trolleys attach directly to a lug suspended hoist. The operator can control the hoist/trolley functions to o increase load handling efficiency and speed, with the use of a pendant throttle. We designed both in electric and air driven models.

Trolley Mounts

Hook Mounted

Hook mounted hoists are manufactured with a clevis for top hook hoist hookup. Hoist suspension permits portability of the hoist while lug suspension reduces headroom.

Lug Mounted/Crab Mounted

To form an integrated material handling unit, a trolley is attached directly to a lug suspending hoist.

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