Liftsafe Engineering will be with you throughout every stage of your crane build as a single source for manufacturing, installation, training, aftercare and regular service. Choose from our many crane products below and learn more about Ensuring Safe Use of Cranes in your facility.
Liftsafe Engineering offers a wide variety of overhead crane systems, also known as bridge cranes. These lifting systems are manufactured with elevated parallel runways, which typically run the full length of the facility. A Hoist is then used to lift and handle the load as it travels along the span of the bridge. Our systems offer lifting support for loads ranging anywhere from 1 to 50+ tons, with custom options available in both top running and under-running cranes.
Liftsafe is a trusted provider of complete Jib Crane systems. Working alongside our reliable suppliers, we combine expert service and parts to create both standard and custom systems. Our systems offer lifting support for loads ranging anywhere from 100lbs to 30,000lbs, with custom options available. Rely on our in-house engineering, design, fabrication, and installation team to deliver from our comprehensive list of Jib Crane systems on the market.
Designed to eliminate manual lifting and enable/empower your workers to move loads from workstation to workstation. These systems are ideal for moving loads ranging anywhere from 250 to 4000lbs for along the bridge and under the runway. Our Freestanding and Ceiling-Mounted systems are readily available and offer optimal flexibility depending on your facility’s capabilities.
Similar to overhead cranes (bridge cranes), Gantry Cranes are built with a runway located on the floor rather than the ceiling. Portable gantry cranes are available for light lifting and these cranes can be used both indoors and outdoors at a lower cost to overhead cranes. These cranes are ideal for applications where lifting support is required without the use of building columns or structural supports.
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Liftsafe Engineering offers lifting systems and services for every aspect of your facility. Our specialists have the industry expertise to recommend the best system for upgrading and optimizing your space. Rely on our industry experts to do a walkthrough of your facility to find the right standard or custom lifting solution. From there our in-house engineering team will design your system to meet all regulatory standards which then gets manufactured by CWB qualified welders. Once complete our experienced installers will make sure your system is operational in your facility and our team will continue to protect your equipment for its entire life cycle with our inspection and maintenance services. From start to finish, we design, build, inspect, and maintain.
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A regulation for overhead cranes, gantry cranes, monorails, hoists, and jib cranes. The main purpose of CSA B167 is to provide manufacturers, end-users, workers and industry with the most current safety requirements for design, fabrication, inspection, maintenance, operation and safety training for overhead travelling lifting equipment. This standard is applicable nationwide.
Provincial and territorial safety authorities have a responsibility to support and provide industry awareness of the nationally recognized CSA safety standards. Meeting the compliance requirements in B167 is the correct way to ensure this equipment is properly inspected, maintained and operated.
Companies have a responsibility to ensure they have met compliance requirements of the most current provincial and national safety standards. End-users have a responsibility to meet compliance requirements of the most current revision of this CSA B167 standard.
Utilizing this standard as intended could easily result in a reduction in all related costs, such as in the following examples:
- by reducing unnecessary breakdowns due to misuse and abuse of equipment;
- by greater use of properly maintained equipment by certified trades; and
- by having properly trained operators, supervisors, and health, safety and environmental protection personnel.
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