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April 08-14, 2019
BAUMA 2019
Munich, Germany

April 23-25, 2019
Mari-Tech 2019
Ottowa, Canada

May 06-09, 2019
OTC 2019
Houston, TX

Crane & Hoist

18 April 2019

Taking Crane

Taking crane braking to new heights

A crane may not use its brakes often, but when the need arises, they must be able to operate with the complete reliability. It’s a quality that Stromag, a premier brand of Altra Industrial Motion Corp., designs into its turnkey crane braking packages. As a result, Stromag braking systems are the solution of choice for several crane original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) around the world.

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25 March 2019

Drilling Rig OAC Gantry Cranes

Stromag Series 51 Limit Switches for Drilling Rig OAC Gantry Cranes

A reliable limit switch solution was needed for use on offline activity cranes (OACs) installed on oil and gas drilling rigs. Positioned away from the paths of the platform’s heavy lift cranes to avoid interference, OACs lift and rack drill pipe, tubing and casing.

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14 January 2019

Stromag HPB Brakes

Stromag High Performance Brake: Designed for the toughest conditions

New modular, IP67 rated brake offers optimum performance and longevity for marine, offshore and other demanding applications

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29 November 2018

Offshore Flat-Top Tower Cranes

Stromag Manual Overload Protection System (MOPS) for Offshore Flat-Top Tower Cranes

COMANSA, a leading global manufacturer of tower cranes, needed special braking systems for five models in its flat-top crane line that will be used on a special offshore application project. The crane models for the project vary in size with lifting capacities from 6-18 tonnes and a maximum reach of up to 262.5 ft. (80m).

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10 May 2018

3-Stage Ship Lift

Stromag SH Series Brakes for 3-Stage Ship Lift

Stromag was chosen to supply accurate braking systems for the three-stage ship lift at the Goupitan Dam in China. The 763 ft. (232.5 m) high dam is located on the busy Wujiang River, a tributary of the Yangtze River. The dam utilizes five turbines that can generate up to 3,000 MW of power.

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