Jib Crane Set Up

Floor Mounted Jib Crane Setup for Commercial Job sites

JIB Crane System Installation WisconsinJib cranes are freestanding and wall-mounted cranes that are designed to effortlessly lift and transport heavy materials for industrial purposes. Our crews of expert technicians are well help you choose the right Jib crane as well as determine the proper installation method. Jib cranes are designed to assist industrial businesses in a wide variety of industrial processes. They provide 360 or 200 degree maneuverable access, and their lifting power (from 100 to 3,000 pounds) is outstanding.

Choosing the Right Jib Crane for You 

With a large selection of available models, choosing the proper Jib crane can be daunting. There are a wide variety of factors to take into consideration depending on the application that you intend to use your new crane for. For full, 360 degree rotation, a freestanding crane is the perfect choice. Wall mounted cranes offer 200 degrees of rotation. Whatever Jib crane you choose, the specialists at AJ Enterprises will expertly install your new system in a professional and speedy manner. We will work directly with you to make sure that all of your individual requirements are met, and everything is up to your standards.

Professional Jib Crane Installation Wisconsin

The benefits of having your own Jib crane are numerous. For starters, their ease of operation allows Jib cranes to be used by almost anyone. They require not additional training, classes, licenses, or certification. Also, they are a great way for businesses to save a substantial amount of money of labor costs. They are retrospectively lightweight, relatively portable with the use of a forklift, and is a versatile piece of machinery that is perfect for commercial use.

For more information on our JIB Crane System Installation and Wisconsin pallet racking assembly, contact AJ Enterprises today

AJ Enterprises is based in Milwaukee. Some of our primary locations served include:



  • Minneapolis
  • Saint Paul
  • Duluth
  • Brooklyn Park
  • Maple Grove
  • Eden Praire
  • Roseville
  • Golden Valley
  • Maple Grove


  • Chicago
  • Joliet
  • Rockford
  • Naperville
  • Peoria
  • Elgin
  • Aurora
  • Des Plaines
  • Lisle

Even though we’re based in the Midwest, AJ Enterprises installs and removes warehouse equipment throughout the US. Some of our clients have even been based out of St. Louis, Des Moines, and Detroit. If you need a pallet racking installation, AJ Enterprises can deliver the value. We are America’s go-to pallet-racking installation professionals. Don’t take our word for it-- our customers’ testimonials say it all.


What is a jib crane?

 A jib crane consists of a horizontal beam, called a jib or boom, and is mounted to a wall or column. The jib supports a hoist or trolley, which is used to lift and move materials within a specific area.

How does a jib crane work?

A jib crane typically consists of a boom or jib that is mounted to a wall or column, and a hoist or trolley that is attached to the boom. The hoist or trolley is used to lift and move materials within the area covered by the boom. The boom can rotate around a fixed point, allowing the hoist or trolley to move materials in a circular motion.

What are the different types of jib cranes?

There are several types of jib cranes, including wall-mounted, freestanding and pillar-mounted. Wall-mounted jib cranes are attached to a wall or column, while freestanding jib cranes have a separate base and column. Pillar-mounted jib cranes are attached to a pre-existing pillar or column.

Are jib cranes customizable?

Yes, jib cranes are customized to meet the specific needs of a business. This includes the size, capacity and materials used, as well as the addition of safety features, such as limit switches and emergency stops.

Are there any safety concerns associated with jib cranes?

Yes, jib cranes should be designed and installed in compliance with all local building codes and safety regulations.  The crane must be properly maintained and operated by trained professionals to reduce safety hazards.  Complete regular safety inspections to ensure the crane is in good working condition and to identify potential hazards.

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