A Single Girder Crane is an overhead crane that consists of a single girder supported by end trucks at each end. The girder is usually made of steel and runs along the length of the crane span, supported by a system of rails or runway beams. These are commonly used in a variety of industrial and commercial applications, including manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and distribution centers. They are ideal for lifting and moving loads that weigh up to 20 tons, although they can be designed to handle heavier loads if needed. One of the advantages of the Single Girder Crane is its compact size and cost-effectiveness compared to double girder cranes and require less space for installation, and they are often easier and less expensive to maintain.