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    What is a Toe Jack?

    In the world of heavy lifting and positioning, precision and efficiency are paramount. Toe jacks, a versatile and powerful lifting tool, have emerged as indispensable equipment in various industries. This article will explore the working principle, advantages, and applications of toe jacks, shedding light on how they have become a go-to solution for lifting tasks that demand accuracy and reliability. In this article, ATO industrial automation will briefly introduce toe jack to you, including its structure, working principle, characteristics, etc., to help you have a better understanding of it.

    Toe Jack Price List

    A toe jack is a type of hydraulic jack designed for lifting heavy loads in a vertical or horizontal direction. It is named for its specialized toe, which is a narrow, pointed end that can fit into tight spaces under heavy objects. The toe jack is commonly used in industrial settings, particularly in applications where there is limited space for traditional lifting equipment. The price of a toe jack can vary widely depending on factors such as the lifting capacity, and features of the jack. In this article, ATO industrial automation will list the price of toe jacks for your reference.

    What Are the Types of Jack?

    Jack is the simplest lifting equipment with a small lifting height (less than 1m). It has two types: mechanical and hydraulic. There are two types of mechanical jacks: rack type and screw type. Due to their small lifting capacity, they are laborious to operate and are generally only used for mechanical maintenance work and are not applicable during bridge repair. Hydraulic jacks have a compact structure, stable operation, and self-locking function, making them widely used. Its disadvantages are limited lifting height and slow lifting speed. Jacks are mainly used in factories, mines, transportation and other departments as vehicle repairs and other lifting and support work. Its structure is lightweight, sturdy, flexible and reliable, and can be carried and operated by one person. As a widely used tool, the jack is cast with the highest quality materials, ensuring the quality and service life of the jack. Today, ATO will introduce the basic classification of jacks.