Top Running and Under Running Single Girder Electric Traveling Cranes Utilizing Under Running Trolley Hoists
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This Guide, which was developed by the Crane Manufacturers Association of America an independent trade association affiliated with MHI, provides guidance about the proper selection of a material handling system and covers issues such as the service for which it will be used, the frequency of its use, matching its speed with manufacturing needs, budget and more. It was developed with the sole intent of offering information to parties engaged in selecting and purchasing such a material handling system. This Guide is advisory only and should be regarded as a simple tool that the buyer may or may not choose to follow, adopt, modify, or reject. The following information does not constitute a comprehensive safety program, cannot guard the buyer from pitfalls in selecting and purchasing such a system, and should not be relied upon as such. Such a program should be developed, and an independent adviser should be consulted to do so.
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