hydraulic jack


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hydraulic jack

[hī′drȯ·lik ′jak]
(mechanical engineering)
A jack in which force is applied through the mechanism of a hydraulic press.

hydraulic jack

hydraulic jack
A jack operated by means of a liquid, usually oil, acting against a piston; a small force, applied by means of a lever attached to a small piston, produces a very large force on a large piston.
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6 October 2014 - US aircraft ground support equipment and industrial company Quality Products Inc (OTCMKTS:QPDC) said its unit Columbus Jack Corp had taken over a hydraulic jack production business that was previously owned by local ground support manufacturer RE Atckison Co Inc.
The offenders are thought to have used hydraulic jacks to prise open the steel doors of clothing banks in car parks outside shops at Cramlington and Blyth, before emptying them of their contents.
Once the spreader boards are laid and the hydraulic jack is set in place, cut the 4x4 to length.
Expression of Interest is invited for Development and Supply of 20 Ton Capacity Hydraulic Jack
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Our unit's motorpool has a 10-ton hydraulic jack that's used to lift HMMWVs, 2 1/2- and 5-ton trucks.
Stevens slowly drove the Probe to the shop, where store manager Frank Valles said it would be all right for mechanic Jorge Ramos to lift the car on a hydraulic jack so they could look for the kitten.
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Hydraulic Jack Of 100 Tonnes Capacity-02Nos.
Kanoy ran to a police station about 100 meters away when he heard robbers try to penetrate the bank by breaking tiles using a hydraulic jack at 8:30 p.
Tenders are invited for Bottle type hydraulic jack 8 ton capacity
Since the stage's concrete floor would not permit the use of a trap door, Murry built an elevator out of a hydraulic jack to lift the character up off the stage.