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Rigging Qs: Reassembling Cranes, Used Cranes, Building Access

Welcome to our new series Rigging Qs, where we will address topics about the lifting and rigging industry!

In this episode of Rigging Qs, we’re answering questions about overhead cranes. Learn if you need any qualifications to disassemble and re-assemble portable gantry cranes, where to buy used crane systems, and how building access affects the cost of your overhead crane installation. Does OSHA allow for mixing capacities on overhead crane systems?

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In this video:

0:00 – Intro

0:25 – What qualifications are needed to re-assemble portable gantry cranes?

2:09 – Where to buy used overhead crane systems?

2:48 – How does building access affect the cost of an overhead crane?

3:26 – Can you mix capacities on overhead crane components?

3:49 – Find out more!

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