- This product is cheap, economical and practical
- Steel lifting saddle engineered to hold load securely
- Extension screw adjusts to accommodate desired work height
- Built-in bypass system protects against ram over travel
- Heat treated critical stress areas ensure long life performance
- Support OEM and ODM, as well as all kinds of offline stores or e-commerce sellers to order.
- Please note:The low price marked by the product is a customized style provided to other customers for bulk procurement. The design is the same, but many parts and specification are different.
Pretty good, sturdy, strong and served what it was intended for.
Worked great, right out the box. Adjust ram is nice to have for extra height.
Stable Top Surface
Top touch surface of hydraulic bottle jack is kerb shape with good slip resistance and stability for supported objects with no compression.
Serrated, heat treated steel saddle provides a generous lifting area and a secure grip.
Regularly check whether the hydraulic oil of the 3T hydraulic jack is sufficient and make sure there is no leakage. After use, clean the jack and store it in a dry and ventilated place to avoid moisture and corrosion.
3T hydraulic jacks usually have a sturdy and durable metal structure that can withstand high pressure and provide stable lifting force. They have a compact design and are easy to carry and store. In addition, it is easy to operate and safe to use.
Before use, make sure the working surface is stable and meets the load-bearing requirements. Place the 3T hydraulic jack correctly and make sure the lifting rod is vertical. When operating, please follow the steps provided in the instruction manual to operate correctly and ensure that the maximum load-bearing range is not exceeded.
3T hydraulic jacks are commonly used to lift cars, trucks, tractors or other heavy equipment. They can also be used in industrial settings to support heavy objects or adjust the height of equipment. In addition, in some construction sites and maintenance workshops, 3T hydraulic jacks are often used to lift heavy objects or perform support operations.