Vehicle stabilization jack system Profile
Vehicle stabilization jack system
- Simple and safe. You can select the optimal jack system for each vehicle.
- The jack system packaged up to the remote control and the control panel also contributed to the reduction of the man-hours of vehicle mounting manufacturers, and has gained great popularity.
- We are widely using it for examination cars and power cars etc.
- Simple operations allow you to stabilize the vehicle.
A small remote controller enables simple operation to prevent shaking and rocking for greater stabilization while working in the vehicle.
- Youc can select the optimal jack for each vehicle.
We offer a diverse lineup to match the type of vehicle, from compact to large-sized and even two-stage systems optimal for vans.
- The packaged jack system reduces the number of vehicle frame assembly steps.
The jack cylinder, hydraulic unit, control box, operation section are packaged, which leads to reduction of man-hours of vehicle bodywork.
- Full safety features such as hydraulic drift detection.
Features a mechanism for detecting hydraulic drift during vehicle operation to ensure safe use of the jack system.
- Examination car, power car, light projector, relay car, base station car
※This system configuration is an example.
Jack relay box
Control board for controlling jack cylinders. Use by connecting the remote controller and hydraulic power unit.
Hydraulic power unit with four-stroke valve
Drive source of jack cylinder. It is space saving with integrated tank type. 2 jacks, 4 jack operations, tanks for small to large sized, and various kinds are available, so unit selection suitable for the application is possible.
Jack remote controller
Jack operation power supply ON / OFF operation, collective extension, storage, extension by jack one by one, storage is possible. It is possible to select from remote control, operation panel. We have various kinds according to various uses.※Please see the list on the remote control, operation panel specifications.
Jack cylinder model naming convention