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Donati GBA C3/4'C' Profile Overbraced Jib Crane - upto 1000kg SWL

Model:  Donati GBA C3/4 / PAUT1-975

Jib Crane Type
Standard (Dimensions in Dimensions tab)
Lifting Capacity
Arm Length
Fixing Options
Paint Finish
Standard for Indoor Painting for Outdoor Use (Offshore)
Colour
Height under Beam
Mechanical Rotation Stops
No Yes
Mains Isolator Switch (IP55)
No Yes
Hoist Required
No Yes (quoted at additional cost)
Installation Required ?
No Yes (quoted at additional cost)
Additional Information ?
Quantity


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Part N°: 975-416351   Add to Quote Request

300° Manual Slew 'C' Profile Channel profile Free Standing Swing Jib Crane with Overbraced Arm.

Gba C Profile

“C” Channel version:

  • For lifting capacities from 63kg to 1000kg
  • Jibs from 2m to 7m
  • Manually rotated
  • 300° Slew
  • The arm is made using a special section bar made of folded sheet metal, inside which the hoist-carrying trolley runs.
  • The arm is fitted with one or two staybolts which support the profile and connect it to the rotation tube.
  • This version is characterised by the extreme ease of handling due to the low inertia derived from its own reduced weight.
  • The arm is normally fitted with a special “channel” profile trolley, which allows it to be pushed with maximum fluidity.
  • Our jib cranes are designed and manufactured according to the ISO A5 classification.

The manually rotated jib cranes in this series are designed for the handling of goods inside a plant, in a square or to serve operative positions. The standard models are available for lifting capacities from 63kg to 2000kg and jibs from 2m to 8m The C version (this page, see above); T versions and H versions are designed according to the three different versions of the arm.

The column crane can be supplied, on request, with a main on/off line switch which can be padlocked. The distribution of energy takes place via a flat festoon cable which slides on trolley along the arm.

Swing Jib Crane Installation - Customer's responsibility:

Please note that these jibs priced on line are quoted as supply only. We believe that this will give you the most cost effective solution; your engineering staff or a local contractor could install at cheaper hourly rate than our lifting engineers and won't have the travel time that we would incur. If any civil works are required to the floor (or support structure) it would be best (and cheaper) done by Civil Engineering Company (or Fabricator), after all this is their area of expertise. We would be please to offer a price for installation on request.

  • Installation quotes, unless otherwise specified, include for working in a clear uninterrupted site with good access, during normal working hours. Other times can be negotiated to suit your requirements. Site delays due to obstructions would be chargeable extras. Check there are no obvious defects on the support structures and the fixing;- check the suitability of the maneuvering areas (rotation) available to the jib crane,especially if it operates in areas where there are other cranes and manufacturing machines
  • For our enginners to install the jib crane we would require the use of your fork truck / overhead crane & operator to unload and install (Refers to quotes for Installation Only)
  • The client must provide a suitable power supply to an appropriate position and make all electrical connections into the power isolator. Check the suitability and the correct functioning of the electrical power supply:
    1) correspondence between the voltage of the power line with the voltage for the motors
    2) that there is a suitable switch, selector of the electric line;
    3) adequacy of the section of cable of the electric power line;
    4) the presence and suitability of the earthing system
  • Where our engineers work involves the drilling into existing concrete structures, it is assumed that this drilling will not be effected by reinforcement bars. If such an obstruction is met on site, we reserve the right to charge extra for any costs such as labor or special drilling equipment, again this refers to quotes for Installation Only
  • Unless otherwise quoted / specified and formally agreed our quote for a swing jib crane will not include for the Installation and load deflection test (please advise if you would like us to give a quote)
  • The customer / installer must ensure suitability of your existing concrete floor / support structure (adequacy for loading, foundation requirements and leveling) when bolting onto directly to existing floor or building, we could provide a complete survey, at an additional cost, if required.
Or
  • Carry-out civil / engineering works to provide a suitable foundation for the jib crane to be mounted. 
  • The check of the suitability of the anchorings to the pillar or to the floor as well as the sizing of the plinths must always be carried out by
    expert, qualified technicians who will formally assume their responsibilities.
  • The installation of the jib crane, for the importance of the operations, if not carried out correctly can cause serious risks for the safety of people nearby in the assembly stage and the successive phase of use of the crane.In any case this task must be entrusted to specialised installers for the assembly of industrial systems, following careful evaluation of the following parameters:
    - environmental characteristics of the place of work (e.g.working surface,etc)
    - height of the work level at a height with respect to the load level
    - dimensions and weight of the parts to be installed
    - available space for the handling of the parts to be installed.
  • Before proceeding to the assembly of the parts and to to the putting into action of the jib crane, the installer must ensure that the characteristics of the crane are adequate to the use which it is intended for and in particular:
    1) the lifting capacity of the crane is ≥ with respect to the loads to lift.
    2) the characteristics of the fixing structures (plinth, floor, wall, pillar,etc.) have been “declared suitable” by the user or by expert technicians, engaged by the user.
    3) the characteristics of the lifting unit (trolley/hoist), if not part of the supply, are compatible with those of the jib crane in relation to:
    a. Lifting capacity of the hoist: must be ≤ with respect to the lifting capacity of the jib crane.
    b. Weight of the trolley/hoist: must be ≤ with respect to the maximum ones intended
    c. Lifting/moving speed: must be ≤ with respect to the maximum ones allowed.
    d. Headroom of the figure of the hoist trolley: must be ≤ with respect to those allowed.
    e. Reactions on the trolley wheels: must be ≤ with respect to the maximum ones allowed.
  • In the case of the jib crane with laminate girder, check the width of the wing of the girder which must correspond to that intended for the wheels of the trolley. Following the installation activities of the jib cranes, it is the precise duty of the installer to:
    1) lead the activities of the putting into service as described in the manual of “Instructions for use”
    2) fill in the report of the “check and correct installation” of the crane, deliberating over the “suitability for use”
    3) take care of the complete editing of the responsibility of parts as intended in the checks register.

Column Mounted Jib

 

Lifting Capacity (KG)

Arm (S)

Nominal (M)

 

True Length (MM)

Size of Jib Crane

Bracket

 

Column

Total Height H (M)

Base

Type

 

Under Beam

h

G L M N Δ

Weight

Crane (KG)

 

Column by M

63 4 4056 A R 3 C30R40 2496 228 34 140 585 12 127 18.2
  5 5056 A R 3 C30R50 2496 228 34 140 645 12 140 18.2
  6 6056 B S 3
C30S60 2496 274 34 140 705 12 175 22.8
  7 7056 B S 3 C30S70 2496 274 34 140 765 12 188 22.8
125 2 2056 A R 3 C30R20 2496 228 34 140 525 12 101 18.2
  3 3056 A R 3 C30R30 2496 228 34 140 585 12 114 18.2
  4 4056 B S 3 C30S40 2496 274 34 140 585 12 149 22.8
  5 5056 B S 3 C30S50 2496 274 34 140 645 12 162 22.8
  6 6066 C T 3.5 C35T60 2738 323 34 140 785 17 260 35
  7 7066 C T 3.5 C35T70 2738 323 34 140 845 17 275 35
250 2 2056 B S 3 C30S20 2496 274 34 140 525 12 123 22.8
  3 3056 B S 3 C30S30 2496 274 34 140 585 12 136 22.8
  4 4066 C T 3.5 C35T40 2738 323 34 140 665 17 230 35
  5 5066 C T 3.5 C35T50 2738 323 34 140 725 17 245 35
  6 6066 D U 3.5 C35U60 2738 386 43 156 820 17 376 43.5
  7 7066 D U 3.5 C35U70 2738 386 43 156 880 17 402 43.5
500 2 2066 C T 3.5 C35T20 2738 323 34 265 730 17 200 35
  3 3066 C T 3.5 C35T30 2738 323 34 265 790 17 215 35
  4 4066 D U 3.5 C35U40 2738 386 34 265 820 17 287 43.5
  5 5066 D U 3.5 C35U50 2738 386 34 265 880 17 303 43.5
  6 6076 E V 4 C40V60 2980 443 43 156 880 20 567 64
  7 7076 E V 4 C40V70 2980 443 43 156 940 20 597 64
1000 2 2066 D U 3.5 C35U20 2738 386 60 306 790 17 267 43.5
  3 3066 D U 3.5 C35U30 2738 386 60 306 850 17 337 43.5
  4 4076 E V 4 C40V40 2980 443 60 306 910 20 509 64
  5 5076 E V 4 C40V50 2980 443 60 306 970 20 538 64
  6 6076 F Z 4 C40Z60 2980 513 60 306 1100 20 680 75.2
  7 7076 F Z 4 C40Z70 2980 513 60 306 1160 20 713 75.2

Oversized Base Plate/CounterPlate (Bolting To Existing Floor)

This is designed to spread the load when bolted to a suitable existing concrete floor. Refer below for manufacturers minimum recommended floor thickness.

Size of Jib Crane R S T U V Z
Counterplate Code GBA1R0PS0 GBA1S0PS0 GBA1T0PS0 GBA1U0PS0 GBA1V0PS0 GBA1Z0PS0
Measurements            
C 500 500 700 700 1000 1200
C1     380 475 555 660
S 15 20 15 20 20 20
S0     20 25 30 40
X 340 400 250 300 300 370
Y         300 380
Z         120 185
Nr x Ø 4x15 4x19 8x19 8x25 20x25 20x25
Counterplate Weight (kg) 26 31 66 95 190 307
Max. Tilting Momentum Allowed (kNm) (Mf) 10.3 16 30 56 107 163.5
Fixing Characteristics            
Type of Concrete of the Floor (kg/cm2) 250 250 250 250 250 250
Type of Chemical Bolts M12 M16 M16 M20 M20 M20
Minimum Thickness of the Block of the Floor (mm) 140 170 170 220 220 220
Diameter of the Hole in the Floor (mm) 14 18 18 24 24 24
Depth of the Hole in the Concrete of the Floor (mm) 110 125 125 170 170 170
Clamping Couples of the Anchors (Nm) 50 100 100 160 160 160
Minimum Resistance to Traction of one Anchor 18 26 26 38 38 38
Counterplates No 4
Counterplates No 8
Counterplates No 20

Base Plate Specifications

Note: The foundation frame with logbolts, used in the column-mounted version for fixing the column itself to the foundation plinth is supplied on request.

Size of Jib Crane R S T U V Z
Base Plate and Foundation Frame (mm)
C
205 258 296 372 435 515
P 275 340 380 475 555 660
S1 15 15 15 20 20 25
S2 8 8 8 8 8 8
X 247 305 345 432 506 599
Y
103 126 143 179 210 248
Ø 268 330 373 468 548 648
R 88 104 116 145 165 197
Ø1 16 20 20 25 29 35
Ø2 13 17 17 21 25 31
Anchorage Bolts      
ØT M12 M16 M16 M20 M24 M30
LT 400 450 450 550 600 700
ST 40 45 45 55 60 75
Clamping Couples (Nm) 45 105 105 200 350 680
Frame/Bolts Weight (kg) 5 10 11 17 26 47
Foundation      
Foundation Plinth (mm) (L) 1200 1300 1400 1700 2000 2400
Foundation Plinth (H) 800 800 900 900 1100 1100
Reaction (kN) Q1 3.3 5.7 10.15 18.4 28.7 29.35
Momentum (kNm) MF 10 16 30 56 107 163
 
Base Plate 3
Base Plate 2
 
 
Base Plate 1

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