Carr Lane Manufacturing Co. Datasheets for Lifting Jacks

Lifting jacks are used for leveling or positioning heavy equipment, or for supporting structures. They use screw or cylinder-based actuators and are powered by hydraulic, mechanical, electric, or manual methods.
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Product Name Notes
Basic Lifting Modules -- Manual-Hydraulic Basic Lifting Module (Manual-Hydraulic)
Double-Telescopic Industrial Lifting Modules -- Electro-Mechanical Double-Telescopic Industrial Lifting Module (Electro-Mechanical)
Heavy-Duty Lifting Modules -- Manual-Hydraulic Heavy-Duty Lifting Module (Manual-Hydraulic)
Heavy-Duty Twin Lifting Modules -- Electro-Mechanical Heavy-Duty Twin Lifting Module (Electro-Mechanical)
Heavy-Duty Twin Lifting Modules -- Manual-Hydraulic Heavy-Duty Twin Lifting Module (Manual-Hydraulic)
Industrial Lifting Modules -- Electro-Mechanical Industrial Lifting Module (Electro-Mechanical)
Industrial Lifting Modules -- Manual-Hydraulic Industrial Lifting Module (Manual-Hydraulic)
Heavy Duty Screw Jacks Heavy-duty adjustable support that accepts any of three different tips. Choice of three heights.
Knurled Screw Jacks Screw jack with a knurled head for quick, easy finger adjustment.
Torque Screw Jacks Screw jack with a spring-loaded clutch mechanism. Knurled head disengages when the indicated end force is reached. Prevents exerting excessive force on thinwall and other delicate workpieces. Furnished with Knurled...