Standard Duty Ratchet jacks
Items: Standard Duty Ratchet Jacks - Mechanical - Hand Operated - Service Ranges: 16 to 30.25 inches - Load Capacities: 5 & 10 tons
Manufacturer / Country of Origin: Zinko / Japan
Application: For use in the field and remote locations - Use for lightweight lifting and secure load holding when weight and size restrictions are a priority - Riggers, structural movers, and maintenance crews get more use out of the heavier models - Telephone, light and power, and railroad companies rely on the lighter weight ratchet jacks
Description: Go where hydraulic jacks can not - Designed for stability in the field and on rugged terrain - Pumping action turns gears to raise the lifting shaft - Lighter weight and more rugged than their oil filled hydraulic alternatives - Feature a large base to insure a firm foundation - Double-lever sockets for jacking when space is at a premium - Multiple-tooth pawls provide safety and strength - Manufactured with high quality materials; drop-forged alloy steel, heat-treated components, adjustable spring links, and precision machining - Plated springs resist corrosion - No compromise dual lift points enables lifting from the toe or head at the full ton lift capacity - Safe and easy operation - Two (2) position direction switch; set to 'lift' and pump to desired height, or 'lower' to safely lower the load by pumping it down - Included steel pumping handle provides significant leverage
Industry Names: Also known as 'railroad jacks', 'notch jacks', 'utility jacks', 'hand crank jacks', or 'farm jacks'
ATTENTION!: Before purchasing, please consider the 'handle effort per ton of load' as listed in the table with each item. What this means for you: Assume the handle effort per ton is 10 lbs. If you lift 5 tons of weight, you have to push the pumping handle with 50 lbs of force (10 lbs x 5) each time you pump.
Includes: (1) one ratchet jack, and (1) one pumping handle
WARNING: Never exceed rated capacity!