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A series of supply systems are available for powering JDN Air Hoists in trolleys, monorail hoists and crane systems: Hose trolleys The hose is fastened to trolleys, which roll directly on the bottom flange of the beam. With each horizontal move of the hoist along the beam, the hose trolleys make the hose follow suit. The hose trolleys will be used for short distances or if there is not enough space on the side of the beam to install C or square bars. Your advantages: • Easy to install • Cost-efficient • Consisting of: Hose carriages and hose This simple and economical solution is suitable...

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Galvanised C rails or square bars are installed along the beam to carry the energy supply lines. Square bar Depending on the local conditions, rails and curved tracks of different lengths are available, as well as an extensive range of installation accessories. The square bar is also suitable for curved tracks. Consisting of: Square bars, tensioning arms, hose, hose supports and supply line carriages C rail Consisting of: C rails with support, adapter, antistatic supply hose and hose support. The supports must be attached to the upper flange of the beam.

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JDN ENERGY SUPPLIESEnergy chain Energy chain for trolley drive of overhead travelling cranes The energy supply for trolley drive in overhead travelling cranes is realised by a horizontal version of the energy chain. A guide channel is mounted on the girder with the chain gliding inside. Air distribution and the control box are also attached to the guide channel. Usually there are two different types of hoses inside the energy chain: The air hose, which feeds the hoisting motor and the trolley motor, and the control hose for crane control functions. In case of low headroom requirements...

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