Global Track lifts the benchmark


Global Track has improved the function of existing overhead manual cranes to a higher standard by developing a revolutionary pivotal system.
The system uses straight-forward engineering principles – the ergonomic design features a pivotal bearing and levered swinging U-hanger producing a crane with fluid motion.

The unique pivotal system has the load applied between the pivot points allowing a lever reaction, which reduces the operator effort.

Unlike static track cranes, which require significant operator effort and are prone to jamming, Global Track works with ease. It will not jam, will increase efficiency, improve production and will help to reduce workplace injuries.

Because the system requires far less effort, the size of bridge can be greatly increased.

Global Track manufactures manual functional cranes from 150kg up to 2 tonne with 15m bridges.

Global Track Australia
Ph: 03 5275 3252

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