H-Lift Engine Crane ECB type
An engine crane, also known as an engine hoist or a cherry picker, is a device used for lifting and removing heavy engines from vehicles. It is typically composed of a steel frame, a hydraulic pump, and four or six swivel casters for mobility. The crane has a boom with a chain or cable attached to it, which is used to lift the engine from the vehicle. The hydraulic pump is used to control the lifting and lowering of the boom, as well as the movement of the casters. Engine cranes come in various sizes and weight capacities to accommodate different types of engines. They are commonly used in automotive repair shops, warehouses, and factories.