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Caldwell Foundationless Jib Crane, Height 12ft / 1,000lb Capacity

$5,780.00
SKU A360F-1/2-12/8
MPN A360F-1/2-12/8

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This 1,000-lbs. / 0.5-ton capacity foundationless jib crane is a type of freestanding jib, but it doesn’t require a special poured foundation.

It can be installed almost anywhere in a workplace. Foundationless jibs are different to regular jibs in that they have a larger diameter base plate and additional “upright material” to help relocate the forces.

This 0.5-ton version has a height under boom (or HUB) of 12 ft. and is available with spans of 8 ft., 10 ft., or 12 ft.

This foundationless jib crane comes with a comprehensive turnkey package, with all components included in the price of the crane.

Faster installation combines with easier relocation: you can saw the bolts and move the crane to a new spot.

Foundationless jib cranes are generally reserved for a lower capacity.

Please note:

It is recommended that foundationless jib cranes be mounted on reinforced concrete with a minimum depth of 6 in., avoiding any gaps, cracks, or expansion joints within a given area. Size of area to be determined by qualified engineer. Anchor bolts must have a 4-1⁄2 in. minimum embedment. It is not The Caldwell Group’s responsibility to verify the suitability of a floor or structure to which the product is mounted. Prior to mounting, it is required that the customer / end user seek advice from a qualified engineer.

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1. What is the capacity of this crane? 1,000 lbs. / 0.5 ton.

2. What is the height of lift? We also call this height under boom (or HUB). Here, it is 12 ft.

3. Do you stock other capacities / heights of foundationless type? Yes: start at Caldwell’s product page to look for many different sizes. We stock other jib cranes throughout the store too.

4. What is the boom span? Three are available:

  • 8 ft.
  • 10 ft.
  • 12 ft.

5. Can I order multiple units? Yes.

6. What is a foundationless jib crane? It is a type of freestanding jib, but it doesn’t require a special poured foundation.

7. How are they different to regular / traditional jibs? These jib cranes can be installed almost anywhere in a workplace. Foundationless jibs are different to regular jibs in that they have a larger diameter base plate and additional “upright material” to help relocate the forces.

8. Is it supplied with everything I need to install it? Yes: this foundationless jib crane comes with a comprehensive turnkey package, with all components included in the price of the crane.

9. Can I relocate my jib crane once it is installed? Yes: faster installation combines with easier relocation. You can saw the bolts and move the crane to a new spot.

10. What is the highest capacity foundationless jib crane? 2,000 lbs. / 1 ton. Foundationless jib cranes are generally reserved for a lower capacity.

11. What is the highest height under boom (HUB)? In stock up to 12 ft.

12. Do I have to check the floor where I’m going to mount my foundationless jib? Yes: it is recommended that foundationless jib cranes be mounted on reinforced concrete with a minimum depth of 6 in., avoiding any gaps, cracks, or expansion joints within a given area. Size of area to be determined by qualified engineer.

13. Do you advise on a minimum embedment of anchor bolts? Yes: anchor bolts must have a 4-1⁄2 in. minimum embedment.

14. Will foundationless jib cranes replace other types of jibs? No: traditional and mast-type jib cranes, for example, will always have their place. There are many applications where these capacities and spans won’t be enough, even if there are hundred where they are perfect.