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CRANE SAFETY TIPS
Keeping certain spare parts on hand may also be a wise decision to ensure optimum uptime especially in environments where some parts may be more prone to wearing quickly. A Recommended Spare Parts List can be created specifically for your crane’s situation. For worker safety and optimal productivity, consider spare parts, preventative maintenance, and regular inspections.
No matter who the original crane manufacturer was, North American Industries can supply parts that are compatible. 800-847-8470 ext. 104.
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Crane Project Highlight
A large North American based supplier of railway track materials required a gantry crane as part of the expansion of one of their facilities in Kansas. Although used and off-the-shelf cranes were considered, a crane built to specifications by North American Industries ended up being the best material handling choice for the situation. The 15 ton gantry crane with a 51ft span competently handles the long loads of rail and related materials. North American Industries designed and installed the crane to operate outdoors on a 200 foot long track. The new equipment such as the crane and milling machines is expected to help fuel a tremendous growth in revenue. See below for an image of the crane at work.
CRISP Online Training!
Sign up for an online crane safety and operation training course through North American Industries. The service department (CRISP) now offers easy online training for your convenience. Receive a certificate after completion from a well-respected name in the crane industry.
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