Pneumatic hydraulic floor jack is a mechanical device for lifting heavy loads, such as vehicles, using hydraulic power. The hydraulic car jack is positioned under the load, and by pumping the handle, hydraulic pressure is generated, causing the lifting arm to rise, thereby lifting the load off the ground.
- Model: ATO-HFJ-50T
- Lifting Weight: 50 Ton/ 100 Ton
- Minimum Altitude: 205mm
- Maximum Height: 380mm
- Base Diameter: 220mm
- Outer Cylinder Diameter: 195mm
- Middle Cylinder Diameter: 145mm
- Small Cylinder Diameter: 104mm
- Air Pressure: Above 8 kg
- Top Length: 70mm
- Top Width: 30mm
- Pole Net Length: 1250mm
- Ground Clearance: 1500mm
- Net Weight: 68kg
Note: After the second section is raised, the height increases and the load capacity is halved.
Tips: Which pump is used in hydraulic floor jack?
The pump used in hydraulic floor jacks is typically a hydraulic hand pump. Hydraulic floor jacks operate on the principle of Pascal's law, which states that when pressure is applied to a fluid in a closed system, the pressure is transmitted equally in all directions.
The hydraulic hand pump consists of a cylinder, a piston, and a handle. The handle is connected to the piston, which is housed inside the cylinder. When the handle is pumped, it creates pressure on the hydraulic fluid, which is usually oil. This pressure is transmitted to the hydraulic system of the jack, causing the lifting arm to rise and lift the load.
The hydraulic hand pump is designed to generate high pressure with minimal effort from the operator. It typically has a small handle that can be pumped rapidly to build pressure quickly. The pump may also feature a release valve to control the descent of the jack when lowering the load.