Konecranes offers a variety of inspections to increase crane safety and reliability. But what exactly happens during an inspection?
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Konecranes ARTG system version 2.0 offers easier access to the advantages of automation for container terminals that use RTGs or are considering RTG-based operations.
Vahterus manufactures heat exchangers for the oil and gas, chemical and process, energy and refrigeration industries. The company installed the Konecranes Agilon system in 2013 and the ways in which it enhances information flow and order management have since become very clear.
At Aalto University’s Industrial Internet Campus (AIIC), in Espoo, Finland, a Konecranes smart overhead crane facilitates education and research on strategic technologies such as digital twins, augmented reality and 5G connectivity.
Combining time-tested, heavy-duty technology with innovative, eco-efficient features to enhance productivity, the Konecranes hybrid reach stacker cuts fuel consumption and reduces emissions. And with fewer complex mechanical components to service, it’s exceptionally easy to maintain.
Konecranes R&D’s annual Open to Ideas (O2I) competition for summer trainees is a valuable opportunity to uncover new perspectives into various real-world challenges in material handling.
Available worldwide, Konecranes STORE offers spare parts and equipment for a wide variety of cranes and hoists. And as the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for dozens of crane brands, Konecranes has crane owners’ needs covered. STORE even carries parts from other manufacturers – often the OEM part, as well as an alternative from the Konecranes brand.
Konecranes’ future-proof “Powered by ECOLIFTING” concept makes it possible for customers to both help the environment and save money through a reduction in the use of fossil fuels.
In general, dropped loads are one of the most frequent safety hazards associated with overhead cranes.
The majority of crane accidents are caused by human error, making training a key priority for crane-dependent industries.