Invented in 1851 by the American Richard Dudgeon, lifting jacks are lifting materials designed to lift or slightly move a load. Jacks can be used by both professionals and private individuals for small lifting operations.

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There are several types of lifting jacks:

Hydraulic jacks are ideal for all your mechanical, structural and building work.

The shoe jacks allow a greater stability for the lifting of heavy loads.

Rack and pinion jacks are regularly used by individuals as they have a crank that must be turned manually to lift a load.

Finally, rolling jacks are simple to use and easy to set up.

For this category of lifting equipment, we have selected several hydraulic lifting jacks from three different brands, TRACTEL, REMA and VICTORY, which are known for their expertise in the field of lifting. Our hydraulic lifting jacks can carry a maximum load of between 1.5 T and 25 T.

We offer hydraulic bottle jacks for workshops. The hydraulic bottle jack is mounted on a fixed, flat support. The load is lifted solely by the cylinder, which allows it to lift loads of up to 20 T.

However, the bottle jack does not fit everywhere, so it is important to ensure that the length of the jack and the cylinder are respected before installing it. We therefore advise you to consult our technical data sheet in order to find the jack that best suits your needs.

Finally, if you wish to know the reliability of your jack, the teams are able to check your device and estimate whether this means of lifting carries one or more risks.