The appearance of advertisements and product information on this site does not constitute an endorsement by Equipment World Magazine, and Equipment World Magazine has not investigated the claims made by any advertiser. Product information is based solely on material received from suppliers.
All Maeda mini-cranes meet ASME and EPA requirements for North America. Models range from 3,800 lb to 10,800 lb. capacity with lift heights to 68-feet. The company also has attachments that expand the utilization of the mini-crane line including a man-basket, jib attachments, a glass manipulator, and a searcher hook, which is a boom tip extension arm for lifts where there are overhead restrictions. A new accessory transformer package converts the power supply when operating electrically. Maeda mini-cranes are being used in many non-traditional roles including curtain wall and glass handling for commercial construction, steel erection, lifting inside high rise structures and virtually any lifting role where space is limited.