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Any make, any model, we have the overhead crane parts you need
Konecranes Rope Guide
Konecranes has introduced a rope guide that is a convenient, high-quality, low-cost replacement for almost any brand of rope guide, whether Konecranes or other make. The universal and patented design allows for a range of drum diameter with fast installation and high-value performance. Roller wheels provide smooth transition movement, which can reduce drum wear.
Hook Latch Trigger
The Konecranes Hook Latch Trigger allows the crane operator to have both hands free to handle the load attachment when inserting or removing it from the hook, reducing the risk of finger, hand or back injury. The trigger is easily set to hold the latch in the open position. As the attachment is inserted into or removed from the hook, the trigger is released and the latch closes without further action from the operator.
Genuine Konecranes parts
Contact us for genuine Konecranes spare parts. We are also the OEM for replacement parts and service for dozens of brands that have come into the Konecranes family through strategic acquisition.
Crane parts for any brand
We are fluent in all brands, not just our own. Konecranes can usually source original equipment manufacturer crane parts.
Equivalent crane parts
As an alternative to OEM parts, Equivalent Parts are functionally similar replacements manufactured by Konecranes or sourced from suppliers other than the original manufacturer. They are competitively priced and backed by a Konecranes warranty.
Performance crane parts
Performance crane parts are engineered for a more demanding environment than was intended for the original part. They offer improved durability on cranes in critical process applications.
Parts design and manufacturing capabilities
A new part is not always the best answer. Urgent repairs can sometimes be accomplished by rebuilding or refurbishing in less time than it would take to order a new part or component, especially with long lead time items. Stocking rebuilt motors, gear cases and brakes for spares or backup is an option that can reduce inventory costs.
Replacement parts can be manufactured through reverse engineering for any make and model of overhead crane. Reverse engineering can help solve the problem when crane parts are obsolete or the OEM is no longer in business. It allows for enhancements to the material, design or manufacturing process to improve performance and increase lifespan of the part.
We can make parts to your specification. Manufactured parts can include hooks, rope drums, gears and shafts. Available in select locations, contact us for details.
Component and assembly modernization
In addition to offering new components and assemblies, Konecranes specializes in engineering and modernization of components and assemblies to replace those that are obsolete or no longer meeting manufacturing and industry standards.
Crane parts experts based on service and maintenance experience
Drawing on our experience with more than 450,000 pieces of equipment under service agreement, we can guide you in selecting spare parts inventory. We keep tens of thousands of crane parts in stock across 13 distribution centers around the world.
Crane parts installation
Our expert service technicians can install any part on any crane, whether a planned repair or an emergency.
Parts and service go hand in hand
Having the right parts on hand, whether your crane is new or old, can help reduce downtime during preventive maintenance or repairs. Not only can we provide you with parts, but also a range of services from on-call breakdown assistance and inspections to preventive maintenance programs and complete operation outsourcing.
Konecranes and Stupp corporation
“Downtime cost on the crane resulted in an operational cost increase of $15,000 per day over the three week period – say $300,000. If we had kept that up for an additional four or five weeks our cost would have easily been twice that.”
Greg Newman, Purchasing Manager