BIGMAX Cranes and Sybertech – Working Together to Keep Parks Clean and Tidy

Sybertech Waste Reduction Ltd. was incorporated in 1994 in Vancouver, BC.  The company specializes in the removal, disposal and recycling of hazardous waste materials for hospitals, municipalities (such as Parks/Public Works), schools and industrial operations.

Sybertech uses BIGMAX Cranes in conjunction with the emptying of their Millennium Series In Ground Trash Systems and Recycling Containers.

Sybertech In Ground Trash Bin System with BIGMAX Crane Lifting Full Trash Bags

Sybertech In Ground Trash Bin System with BIGMAX Crane Lifting Full Trash Bags

In Ground Trash Systems consist of impermeable cylinders of plastic planted into the ground. Above ground these look like regular trash cans; however, inside the cylinder is a single, large and thick plastic bag supported by a lifting harness.  This allows for a far greater capacity of trash to be contained within the can, as well as less frequent emptying.

Sybertech’s clients have also reported that they found many other avenues in which their BIGMAX cranes proved very useful – for example, lifting park equipment as shown below.

BIGMAX Crane Lifting Heavy Park Equipment

BIGMAX Crane Also Useful in Lifting Additional Heavy Park Equipment

Sybertech is committed to bringing new and innovative technologies to the public and government to reduce expensive operational costs and provide a cleaner, safer environment.

BIGMAX Cranes is a leader among crane manufacturers in North America.  The design and versatility of BIGMAX Cranes makes them ideal for this project and many other unique applications.

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BIGMAX TC 130 Crane for Crab Boat

BIGMAX TC 130 Crane Goes Crabbing

“I purchased a BIGMAX Crane for use on my crabbing boat. The crane was affordable, easy to install and operate in a marine environment,” says Alaska based BIGMAX customer Don Stiles.

A BIGMAX TC-130 crane was installed recently for use as a marine crane on the personal crabbing boat of Don Stiles in Nome, Alaska. This hook-mounted, hydraulically operated crab pot handler combo proved itself to be highly efficient. The boom mounted pot hauler did the lifting and lowering of the crab pots, the telescopic, elevating and slewing crane boom maneuvered the loaded pots on to the boat for unloading and resetting.

The concept of a hydraulic boom and line control mechanism proved to be so successful that it could be adapted for other offshore operations.

“I would like to get another crane for next season too!”, commented Mr. Stiles. “We have a dredging operation for offshore gold mining and am considering transfering the TC-130 to the dredge and get a larger model for the fishery. I appreciate your service, the cost is affordable and installation is easy.”

A larger BIGMAX crane would replace the original TC-130 to provide a longer boom outreach and increased lift capacity for the crabbing operation. The rugged, totally enclosed, oil-bath rotation system is one of the features of the BIGMAX TC cranes that makes it particularly suitable for harsh marine operations as above.

Customer: Don Stiles, Nome, Alaska

BIGMAX TC 130 Crane Goes Crabbing