Yale "SJ" & "RSJ" Mechanical Steel Jacks - Range from 1500kg to 10,000kg

Steel Jack with permanently fitted lifting toe (reduced capacity on the lifting toe).

Model: 

Yale SJ / MSJ-1130


Steel jacks are used primarily for assembly applications, to brace or support loads.

Mechanical steel jacks can basically be used to lift almost all kinds of loads in maintenance and repair, ship building, construction, as well as agriculture. The integrated carrying handle makes it a portable and versatile tool.

The load can be positioned either on the head or on the claw and by turning the operating lever the jack shaft moves smoothly and conveniently up and down along the rack. The robust steel housing ensures a long service life, even in continuous use.

Features and benefits

  • The precisely machined gear box with optimal gear ratio ensures a minimum of effort and smooth operation.
  • The load can be positioned either on the head or the claw. n By turning the operating lever the jack moves smoothly and conveniently up and down along the rack.
  • The self-locking, anti-kickback operating lever reduces the risk of injuries. The handle can be tilted for use in confined spaces.
  • The load is held securely in any position. Inside the load brake the axial brake pressure is generated by the load itself, thus, it is proportional to the size of the load.

Dimensions & Specifications

Sj Steel Jack With Fixed Claw
Model Capacity (kg) Height of Lift (mm) A (mm) B (mm) C (mm) D (mm) E (mm) F (mm) G (mm) N (mm) Weight (kg)
SJ15 1500 360 725 164 140 76 38 70 60 225 17
SJ30 3000 360 735 200 140 83 38 70 65 249 20
SJ50 5000 350 730 190 170 108 52 80 71 275 27
SJ100 10000 410 800 252 170 124 65 85 86 300 43
SJ_Operating Manual .pdf

Yale SJ Operating Manual

These instructions are intended to acquaint the user with the jack and enable him to use it to the full extent of its intended capabilities. The operating instructions contain important information on how to handle the jack in a safe, correct and economic way. Acting in accordance with these instructions helps to avoid dangers, reduce repair cost and down time and to increase the reliability and lifetime of the jack. Apart from the operating instructions and the accident prevention act valid for the respective country and area where the jack is used, also the commonly accepted regulations for safe and professional work must be adhered to.
(approx. 0.6Mb)
Part N° Model Capacity on head (kg) Capacity on toe (kg) Minimum claw height (mm) Minimum Head height (mm) Maximum Stroke (mm) Handle length (mm) Weight (kg) Unit Price Quantity
1130-T13435 SJ15 1500 1050 70 725 360 225 13 £  144.00
1130-T13436 SJ30 3000 2100 70 735 360 249 20 £  163.00
1130-T13437 SJ50 5000 3500 80 730 350 249 27 £  190.00
1130-T13438 SJ100 10000 7000 85 800 410 300 43 £  293.00
1130-T25257 RSJ50 5000 3500 80 740 360 275 29 £  216.00
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Steel jacks are used primarily for assembly applications, to brace or support loads.

Mechanical steel jacks can basically be used to lift almost all kinds of loads in maintenance and repair, ship building, construction, as well as agriculture. The integrated carrying handle makes it a portable and versatile tool.

The load can be positioned either on the head or on the claw and by turning the operating lever the jack shaft moves smoothly and conveniently up and down along the rack. The robust steel housing ensures a long service life, even in continuous use.

Features and benefits

  • The precisely machined gear box with optimal gear ratio ensures a minimum of effort and smooth operation.
  • The load can be positioned either on the head or the claw. n By turning the operating lever the jack moves smoothly and conveniently up and down along the rack.
  • The self-locking, anti-kickback operating lever reduces the risk of injuries. The handle can be tilted for use in confined spaces.
  • The load is held securely in any position. Inside the load brake the axial brake pressure is generated by the load itself, thus, it is proportional to the size of the load.

Dimensions & Specifications

Sj Steel Jack With Fixed Claw
Model Capacity (kg) Height of Lift (mm) A (mm) B (mm) C (mm) D (mm) E (mm) F (mm) G (mm) N (mm) Weight (kg)
SJ15 1500 360 725 164 140 76 38 70 60 225 17
SJ30 3000 360 735 200 140 83 38 70 65 249 20
SJ50 5000 350 730 190 170 108 52 80 71 275 27
SJ100 10000 410 800 252 170 124 65 85 86 300 43
SJ_Operating Manual .pdf

Yale SJ Operating Manual

These instructions are intended to acquaint the user with the jack and enable him to use it to the full extent of its intended capabilities. The operating instructions contain important information on how to handle the jack in a safe, correct and economic way. Acting in accordance with these instructions helps to avoid dangers, reduce repair cost and down time and to increase the reliability and lifetime of the jack. Apart from the operating instructions and the accident prevention act valid for the respective country and area where the jack is used, also the commonly accepted regulations for safe and professional work must be adhered to.
(approx. 0.6Mb)
Part N° Model Capacity on head (kg) Capacity on toe (kg) Minimum claw height (mm) Minimum Head height (mm) Maximum Stroke (mm) Handle length (mm) Weight (kg) Unit Price Quantity
1130-T13435 SJ15 1500 1050 70 725 360 225 13 £  144.00
1130-T13436 SJ30 3000 2100 70 735 360 249 20 £  163.00
1130-T13437 SJ50 5000 3500 80 730 350 249 27 £  190.00
1130-T13438 SJ100 10000 7000 85 800 410 300 43 £  293.00
1130-T25257 RSJ50 5000 3500 80 740 360 275 29 £  216.00
Pricing Currency: Not available at the moment. Add To Quote Request   ?  

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