How to select high performance and high efficiency cantilever crane?

How to select a high performance and efficient lifting machinery? How to select a cantilever crane that meets application requirements involves evaluating key elements, such as the type of operation, available structure, required options, and the cost of the cantilever crane and installation. Please consider the following factors when selecting the appropriate type and capacity of the cantilever crane for your operation:
The span is the length of the boom from the midpoint of the mast or wall bracket to the end of the boom. The span of your crane should match or exceed the total distance that the material coming out of the mast will be lifted (allowing the length of the trolley and lifting mechanism).
The scope of work
Working span or net span is the unimpeded length of the movable arm of the car, and is always less than the whole span. It is about the distance from the vertical support member to the end of the boom, although it may be slightly restricted by other design features.
Rotation depends on the type of jib crane selected; Freestanding and mast cantilever cranes provide 360 degrees of rotation, while wall-mounted cranes provide 200 degrees of rotation.
The rated capacity of the cantilever crane shall exceed the heavy weight of the material to be processed and shall be based on the design load, including the weight of the hoist and the trolley as well as the impact load and deflection compensation.
Hoisting height
The height of the floor is the distance from the floor to the underside of the boom. The height of the hoist will reduce the vertical clearance that can be used to lift the load.
The overall height
The total height is the high point of the crane after installation. It should be installed in the available clearance height without obstacles so that the boom can move freely.
Power of the motor
The power motor considerations include how much power is needed, which parts need power (auxiliary arm rotation, car, electric hoist or all three), the supply mode and location of power, and whether the system is used indoors or outdoors.