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Maasdam 4T Bottle Jack - #MPL4B

Maasdam 4T Bottle Jack - #MPL4B
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days

Product Description

  • Lifting Range: 7-5/8 - 14-5/8"
  • Saddle Dimension: 1"
  • Adjustable load saddle
  • Meets ANSI standards


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Questions & Answers

1 Question & 1 Answer
from Lexington asked:
June 14, 2020
Will it jack horizontally? Does it have over load protection valve?
1 Answer

We would say it could but we donít recommend it.† A jack should ideally be used on a leveled surface according to ASME which sets the standards of which lifting products in the US should comply with.† We are not certain how you intend on using the bottle jack, but we would imagine it difficult for it to remain level and evenly loaded if put on its side.

The valve itself doesnít feature an overload-prevention function.† But the hydraulic system itself has a bypass to prevent overloading.

Submitted by: WRS on June 17, 2020

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