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Allspeeds launches Tangye Hydralite

UK-headquartered Allspeeds has introduced the Tangye Hydralite aluminium jack series, which has a capacity ranging from 20-100 tonnes.

The lightweight and compact jacks can be used for industrial lifting and jacking applications, ranging from shipbuilding to supporting bridges, industrial machinery movements and aerospace applications, said Allspeeds.

It added that the most popular in the range, the PS630C Toe Jack, measures just 14 cm wide by 28.1 cm high; it has a lifting capacity of 30 tonnes on the head and 12 tonnes on the toe.

The versatile Hydralite jack features different stroke options, claw lift, screwed ram or plain ram. For those situations where loads need to be held for a sustained period of time, the Hydralite jack's screwed ram with retaining nut secures the load during lifting operations. Claw models are ideal for lifting loads with low ground clearance, said Allspeeds.

 

www.allspeeds.co.uk

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