Lifting Jacks

Lifting jacks are manually operated with the lifting action. There are hydraulic models that use pressurized oil to raise the load via the worker's force on the handle. There are mechanical alternatives that do not use the hydraulics to lift the load but the mechanics within.  You can see the full range that are on offer for you to buy below.

What are the 8 types of Lifting Jack?

There are many types of which include the following: Toe Jacks, trolley jacks, floor jacks, forklift jacks, high rise jacks, lorry jacks, and tractor jacks to name a few.

You can see a number of these in our product selection above and if you need a certain product, please get in touch and we can see how we can accommodate your equipment needs.

The capacities of lifting jacks vary with the max capacity being around 200 tonnes.


Toe Jacks: The Machine Lifting Jack

A popular choice for machine movers are Toe Jacks, a low-entry hydraulic jack designed to slide under machinery, vending machines and other low-profile and height restricted loads. Often available with adjustable toe positions, Toe Jacks can be significantly more efficient in terms of time required to lift due to their versatile toe positioning on many models. 
Toe Jacks can be singular with built-in pumps or stand-alone for use with an external hydraulic pump, ideal for applications that require multiple lifting points.