Ruger IndustriesPortable, hydraulic Ruger cranes
A line of foldable stainless steel floor cranes saves space for storage. The portable, hydraulic Ruger cranes retract into a compact size when not in use.
Smaller and less expensive than motorized lift trucks, the floor cranes provide an ergonomic solution for lifting loads. Sized to pass through standard door openings, narrow aisles and elevators, the cranes can be maneuvered in areas off-limits to other lifting equipment. Features include stainless steel construction and no painted surfaces, making them ideal for pharmaceutical and electronics manufacturing, food processing and clean room applications.
The cranes offer lifting capacities of 1,000 pounds and are constructed from structural tubing with welded fabrication.
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Ruger Industries originated the hydraulic portable crane also known as the floor crane or shop crane. Ken Ruger recognized the need for a manueverable lifting device during World War II. He commercialized these products to meet the needs of the automotive industry for a flexible alternative to traditional lift trucks, offering greater productivity and value.
Today, Ruger Industries is a division of The David Round Company, a manufacturer of hoists, winches, jib cranes, tractor drives, trolleys, capstans, sheaves and chains and other material handling equipment. Founded in 1869, David Round is a pioneer in industrial lifting, and is well-known for durable equipment, engineered to withstand constant daily industrial use.
Ruger also makes lift trucks, transfer carts and towable cranes.
32405 Aurora Road
Solon, Ohio 44139
Phone: (330) 656-1600
Toll Free: 1-800-535-2725
Fax: (330) 656-1601www.rugerindustries.com
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