Crane Cages are essential for lifting heavy or awkward items safely and are commonly used on construction sites with overhead tower cranes and loading decks. Did you know that you can order a custom designed crane cage to suit specific applications or to lift specific products such as air-conditioning ducting, bathroom pods, glazing and window frames, and cabinetry, potentially saving time in both your factory and onsite.
Craig Hendy, Project Manager at Argus Vision, a Queensland architectural glazing systems company, says well constructed crane cages are essential for the installation of their high rise and multi-story window units.
“Crane Cages are integral to our business, and we need quality crane cages of solid construction, so we can be assured that they last and also provide the highest level of safety for our workers”.
Argus Vision uses Crane Cages designed and engineered by Bremco Metal Products, an Australian-based metal fabricator, who has been manufacturing standard and custom designed crane cages under Australian design standards (AS4991) for over 20 years.
Crane cages can be built with varying loads capacities from 250Kgs WLL up to 5000Kgs WLL, and are load tested by Bremco’s Engineer and a compliance plate is attached to each unit. This suits product lifting such as:
- Air conditioning ducts
- Architectural facades
- Are built with heavy duty galvanised steel frame work and can be constructed with ramp access
- Are configured with door and gate access to suit the products.
- Have four crane-lift points standard with bow shackles fitted
- Is fully Australian made in our local factory
- Come with a 100% money back guarantee on our work
- Offer fully custom designed crane cage engineering and manufacturing.
Every crane cage is tested to double its load capacity (which equates to the equivalent of 10,000 lifts, as per engineering design standard AS4991).
Please note: the Large Goods Cage Crane Lift is NOT to be used for lifting staff or personnel under any circumstances. Personnel lifting should only be conducted using a man crane cage that meets Australian standards.