Air Jack HBN3
Product code: HBN3
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Selson Air Jacks are a unique design that uses compressed air to raise and lower motor vehicles quickly and easily. Their safety, reliability and speed make Selson air jacks the ideal choice for underbody servicing, wheel alignment, tyre replacement services and body repair work.
Fast and friendly. Two push button valves make Selson air jacks quick and easy to operate. Press green to raise and press red to lower. Their speed of operation over conventional jacks will significantly reduce the time required to lift a vehicle. And because they are light weight relative to their capacity, they are portable.
Designed for stability. Inside the Seson air jack there is a unique internal telescopic stabilising column. This column provides stability to the jack during elevation but still allows some lateral movement, which enables the head cap of the jack to follow the arc of the vehicle being elevated. This feature combined with a wide base gives maximum stability on hard or soft surfaces.
Overload safety valve. As indicated in the specifications, the working pressure for Selson air jacks is 690 kPa (100 psi). To ensure maximum operator safety, a factory set safety valve is mounted on the control manifold. The valve is set at approximately 20% more than the standard working pressure and will prevent the air jack from being accidentally overloaded or over infalted.
Easy-care long life. Very few moving parts mean maintenance costs associated with Selson air jacks are kept to an absolute minimum. The air springs are made of a 2-ply neoprene rubber, that is oil and ozone resistant and will not easily perish or crack. Selson air jacks will not leak, deflate or become unstable. A Selson air jack with its long and trouble-free service life is an investment in speed, safety and economy that can reduce your jack replacement and repair costs.
Only one air line needed. Once in a lift position, the air line can be disconnected and the jack will continue to do its job. This allows the air supply to be used for any other pneumatic tools or equipment.