Hydraulic Trailer Jacks offer lift heights of 26 or 29 in.

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Consisting of 3 self-contained models, Powerjack System(TM) is capable of lifting loaded trailers with hitch weight of 3,500 lb or 7,500 lb per leg. Units are available with 10,000 psi hand pumps for manual use or 10,000 psi air-powered hydraulic pumps. Mechanical locking stand allows parking with no settling and no pressure on any hydraulic components. Suited for construction and utility industries, jacks support trailers with capacities from 10,000-60,000 lb.



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Introducing the Powerjack System of Hydraulic Trailer Jacks



The Powerjack System(TM) of hydraulic trailer jacks by Double R Industries, Inc. The Powerjack System(TM) consist of three models of self contained hydraulic trailer jacks which are capable of lifting loaded trailers with hitch weight of 3500 lbs or 7500 lbs per leg with lift heights of 26 or 29 inches available. The units are available with 10,000 psi hand pumps for anytime, everywhere manual use or 10,000 psi air powered hydraulic pumps. A mechanical locking stand allows parking with no settling and no pressure on any hydraulic components. The Powerjack System(TM) reduces the strenuous ordeal of detaching loaded trailers to a two minute task.

The Powerjack System(TM) is an industrial duty trailer jack that works on many trailers and various implements. It is used in the construction and utility industries on trailers with capacities from 10,000 lbs to 60,000 lbs with 20% to 25% of the weight allocated to the jacks.

The Powerjack System(TM) was originally invented in Minnesota, after a jack related injury at the request of a power company. Double R Industries has purchased the line and it has gone through intensive engineering to bring it to today's standards.
Double R Industries, Inc. has units available for shipping within 1 to 2 weeks and is currently accepting applications for dealers and OEMs.

For more information contact Double R Industries, Inc. at 712 725 2450 or www.doublerindustries.com

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