Pneumatic balanced cranes are used in many workplaces, such as:
Mechanical manufacturing, assembly, and maintenance operations: In the process of mechanical manufacturing, assembly, and maintenance operations, pneumatic balanced cranes can achieve convenient lifting and movement of objects, improve assembly accuracy, reduce work cycle time, improve operational safety, and reduce the incidence of failure accidents.
Production line: For production lines such as automobiles, motorcycles, ships, etc.,
which require frequent tightening of screws, nuts, etc.,
pneumatic balance cranes can be used to lift and tighten them to complete the assembly work of various vehicles.
Oilfield, mining, and construction: In these fields, pneumatic balance cranes can be used for welding attachments and moving workpieces up and down, making it convenient for personnel to operate.
Mold, casting, sheet metal, and glass manufacturers: Balanced cranes are used to move workpieces up and down, making it easy for personnel to operate.
In addition, pneumatic balanced cranes are also widely used in the assembly of mechanical equipment and products in three-dimensional spaces, especially in the assembly of precision equipment spline shafts, porous, and pin products.
Due to its elastic floating characteristics, it can help workers easily and freely lift or lower, as well as move heavy objects in a three-dimensional manner, making it easy to solve many difficulties encountered in assembly.