Here at Crane, we put “Design for Better Living” into everything we do. We started with a few designs in 2005 and continued to grow each year, working towards solving your indoor needs. Crane products are designed with efficiency, function and style in mind. We love to be creative with colors, designs and we know our products will bring comfort and smiles to your home!
Crane humidifiers help add humidity to any room in your home and will help relieve congestion to keep your family healthy. Any room in your home can be warm and cozy when you have a Crane space heater at your side. Air pollutants are everywhere; Crane air purifiers help eliminate dust, pollen, pet dander and smoke, leaving germ free air in your home. Sometimes you just need a cool breeze, and Crane fans let you direct fresh air into any room you need, whenever you need it.
We’re headquartered in Itasca, IL (just outside Chicago), with an office in Hong Kong and global distribution. Wachsmuth & Krogmann, Inc (W&K), is Crane’s parent company. W&K is an international trade company founded over 200 years ago and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
Crane and Sustainability
Crane USA is dedicated to your environment both inside and outside your home. We know that if cleaned and maintained properly, our products last for years helping reduce unnecessary use of resources and emissions making new products. Through various channels, we provide education on how to effectively clean, store, and troubleshoot our products so they get the most use. We also sell replacements of the various parts of our products so you don’t have to buy an entirely new unit if one piece breaks. Crane products are packaged in all recycled cardboard, and manuals are also made from recycled materials with no added finishes or harmful dyes. In 2015, Crane made the switch from packaging our humidifiers in styrofoam to molded pulp. This alternative provides the same cushioning protection, but is made from all recyclable materials and can be recycled with the rest of your paper products. We advise customers to dispose of non-operating units in an environmentally friendly way by taking it to a public collection point. Broken humidifiers should not be placed with regular household waste.