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3.2TonMechanical Screw Jack

• Ideal for automotive, construction,supporting machinery and general maintenance
• Steel base is built to sit firmly in place without slipping
• Easy to carry with built-in handle
• Lifts & supports loads at the same time
20180104145711_523
20180104145816_769
20180104145817_441
20180104145818_142
20180104145820_183
Product description

Product Information

This BIGRED product lift and precisely position a variety of loads. Upright or inverted, these jacks operate at full capacity in tension or compression. Mechanical jacks offer increased precision and travel speed required to level or lift loads needing rigorous detail or load stabilization. Use this jack on house leveling, bridge stabilization, machinery, oil field maintenance or steel fabrication and construction. Can also be used as an external locking device to hold position. Multi-axis, cleated saddle positions accommodate and assist in leveling the load. This product is tested for reliability and safety.

Product Parameters

Model

TRB1003B

Capacity

3.2 Ton 

Min. Height

220 mm

Max Height

330 mm

N.W./G.W.

17.2/18 kg

Package Size

535x252x160 mm

QTY/CTN

4 PCS

QTY/20'CY

3732 PCS

 

Features
•  Ideal for automotive, construction,supporting machinery and general maintenance

•  Steel base is built to sit firmly in place without slipping

•  Easy to carry with built-in handle

•  Lifts & supports loads at the same time

 

 

Common Problems And Solutions
Maintain your equipment. It is recommended that the general condition of any equipment be examined before it is used. Keep your equipment in good repair by adopting a program of conscientious repair and maintenance. Have necessary repairs made by qualified service personnel.

Cleaning

If the moving parts of the equipment are obstructed, use cleaning solvent or another good degreaser to clean the equipment. Remove any existing rust, with a penetrating lubricant.

Do not use motor oil or grease to lubricate the equipment

Rust Prevention:

-Check daily for any signs of rust or corrosion.

Without a load lift the equipment as high as it goes and look under and behind the lifting points. If signs of rust are visible clean as needed.

Storing the Equipment

1. Store in a dry location, recommended indoors.

2. Equipment should be stored in an area where they will not be subjected to damage.

3. If extreme temperatures or chemically active or abrasive environments are involved, the guidance provided in shall be followed.

4. Temperature - When equipment is used at temperatures above 140"F (60"C) or below -20"F (-29"C), the equipment manufacturer or a qualified person should be consulted.

5. Chemically Active Environments -The strength and operation of eqipment can be affected by chemically active environments such as caustic or acid substances or fumes. The equipment manufacturer or a qualified person should be consulted before equipment are used in chemically active environments.

6. Other Environments - The internal workings of equipment can be affected by high moisture, gravel or sand, silt, grit, or other dust-laden air. Equipment subject to these environments should have their inner components frequently cleaned, inspected, and lubricated.

Note: If the equipment is stored outdoors, be sure to lubricate all parts before and after use to ensure the equipment stays in good working condition.

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