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Wallace Cranes Launch Revised Website

Wallace Cranes proudly announces its newly revised website. Going live on 3/10/17, the updated site now includes much more product information. Where earlier versions of the site listed just tabular dimensional data, the new site features much more model specific content.

Building on the functional groupings for the major Wallace product lines of Tri-Adjustable, Hippolift, Mighty Mite, Thrifty cranes, and Tripods, our most popular crane models have a downloadable (and printable) dimensional diagram, cantilever chart (where applicable), and assembly/inspection instructions. Navigation has been improved and there is now in-site search capability.

You can also search by capacity, construction (all steel, all aluminum, steel and aluminum (combination)), and either adjustable or fixed height options. These products have capacities from ¼ to 15 tons, heights to 24 ft., and spans up to 35 ft. Longer spans are available on some cranes.

If the hundreds of standard models do not fit a specifc application, Wallace can quickly create customized models. These CAD model can be created in a variety of data formats to allow customers to perform a trail fit prior to ordering.

The original patented designs are generally compliant with OSHA 1910.179, ANSI B30.17, CMAA #74. In addition to a full line of accessories including Jack Kits (permit adjustment without external lift equipment), hoist and trolley (through 3rd party vendors), Wallace also offers in-house pre-shipment testing with NIST traceable calibration.

Wallace Cranes is a family owned and operated manufacturer that has been in business over 60 years. Our customer base spans from waste water treatment to aerospace. Not quite a ‘material handling’ equipment firm, our cranes have moved dinosaurs, America’s Cup racing boats, been used in IC chip fabrication, and for maintenance and repair.