About the Yale SJ Silverline Steel Jack – Fixed Claw:
- Primarily, steel jacks are used for assembly applications, to brace or support
- Mechanical steel jacks can be used to lift almost any kind
of load in maintenance and repair, ship building, construction, as well as
- The integrated carrying handle makes it a portable and versatile tool.
- The load can be positioned on the head, or on the claw. Also, by turning
the operating lever, the jack shaft moves smoothly and conveniently up and
down along the rack.
- The robust steel housing ensures a long service life, even in continuous use.
Features and benefits include:
- The precisely machined gear box with optimal gear ratio ensures a
minimum of effort and smooth operation.
- The load can be positioned either on the head or the claw.
- By turning the operating lever the jack moves smoothly and
conveniently up and down along the rack.
- The self-locking, anti-kickback operating lever reduces the risk of
- For use in confined spaces, the handle can be tilted.
- The load is held securely in any position.
- Inside the load brake the axial brake pressure is generated by the load itself, thus, it is
proportional to the size of the load.
- There is no reduction of capacity on the claw.