Crane Parts Washington

Engineered Lifting is the premier provider of trusted and effective crane parts and crane accessories for Washington industries. You have to be able to rely on the parts you need, that’s why we only offer the highest quality of crane parts and accessories. We have the parts and accessories that you need for your crane in Washington. To get a quote for a part, follow one of the links below, or to speak with our team immediately call 866-756-1200.

Crane Parts Washington

Washington industries and businesses perform many different services, that’s why we keep an expansion selection of parts available. If your crane breaks down and you aren’t sure what part you need, our engineers can help. We also offer crane inspection services to determine what parts your crane may need, as well offer crane modernization services if your piece of equipment is too dated for your current needs.

Crane Parts Washington – Crane Accessories Washington

We provide crane parts and crane accessories to Washington businesses the moment they need them. Cranes that move heavy equipment are often the backbone of many industrial operations in Washington, and when your crane stops working you need it to be repaired fast, and with quality parts and labor. Engineered Lifting has made a name for itself by providing high-quality parts and services that meet and exceed the needs of Washington business. Our services keep businesses running and operating, and we’re proud to be the crane repair company and crane parts company of choice for Washington industries.

Crane Parts Washington

Our claims of excellence aren’t just baseless claims, we have the experience and proof to back it up. Engineered Lifting has an extensive history of providing exceptional crane services, and we’re proud to be able to share our experiences with our clients. Here are several recent examples of the crane services we provide:

  • Crane Cab Replacement – Engineered Lifting Systems was asked to review an existing application of a predominantly cab operated shipping crane. The review covered crane reliability, control method, and cab operator ergonomics. The original cab as provided by the original crane manufacturer was smaller, had some specific line of sight issues, and was not designed with an operator working in the cab for 10-12 hours in a day. Working with the plant operators and maintenance we developed a list of the items that would make the use of the cab more productive including, adjustable crane cab chair locations and elevations, increase (or provide in some cases) line of sight to specific daily repeated production operations, and decrease operator fatigue.
  • Class F Control House and Crane Modernization – This case study outlines the upgrade of an existing 55-ton capacity Class F magnet service overhead crane. There were a host of problems on the trolley and with limited time during shutdowns we felt replacing the trolley and hoist complete was more time and cost effective.
  • Magnetek Series 3 Drives Using “Motor 2” Option – n the summer of 2018, Engineered Lifting Systems was contracted to travel to a rather remote location in Panama to help a Magnetek user with a Hydro-Electric overhead crane. The country of Panama has many Hydro-Electric plants scattered over the country. These plants provide the majority of the electrical power for the country. The plants are generally smaller than what we think of here in the United States (Not like Hoover dam) but are an important part of the Panamanian power grid.