New trolley jack range from Laser Tools

May 16, 2024
New trolley jack range from Laser Tools
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Laser Tools has introduced a brand-new range of trolley jacks that range in size from a neat (8.8 kg) unit with an impressive 2 tonne lifting capacity right up to a mighty (46 kg) example that can lift up to 4 tonnes. 


Part number 8835 is a compact, short chassis, trolley jack, with a 2 tonne lifting capacity, suitable for use on cars and light-duty commercial vehicles. It features a lifting range from 130mm to 330mm, has a removable pumping handle and is fitted with a carry handle for ease of transportation. Suitable for use by the home or professional mechanic, its small size and light weight also make it ideal for use by a mobile mechanic or as an emergency mobile jack. It weighs just 8.8 kg and is 450 mm in length, ideal for keeping in the back of a van or boot of a car. 

8836 is a low-entry trolley jack, just 85 mm high at the jack pad. Weighing just 12 kg, it also boasts a 2 tonne lifting capacity and lifts up to 385mm, meaning it is ideal for use on sports cars and lowered vehicles. It features hard wearing steel castors, a removable pumping handle, and is fitted with a carry handle for ease of transportation. 
 
8837 is a low-profile trolley jack, with a 2.5 tonne lifting capacity and a lifting range of 88mm to 495mm, and again is ideal for use on sports cars and lowered vehicles. A heavier example (30.3 kg), it features a twin-pump design, with a quick-lift pedal, which enables the jack pad to be raised swiftly to the vehicle’s lifting point. It is fitted with an integrated rubber jack pad and a foam-covered handle that’s designed to prevent any damage to the vehicle. The built-in parts tray is ideal for stowing wheel nuts, etc.

8838 is another low-profile jack, and this time lifts up to 3.5 tonnes. It weighs 37.6 kg and also has a twin-pump design and features the integrated rubber jack pad, foam-covered handle and built-in parts tray.

8839 is the a heavy duty (46 kg) jack, but is still low in profile (lifting range: 100 mm to 533 mm), It easily lifts a hefty 4 tonnes. The twin-pump design is also fitted with the quick-lift pedal, integrated rubber jack pad, foam-covered handle and built-in parts tray. This is a robust workhorse that is suitable for any professional workshop.

 All the trolley jacks are CE and GS compliant. Laser Tools say that technicians should always make sure they support the vehicle with axle stands after lifting. 

The Laser Tools trolley Jack range is available now for purchase from Laser Tools stockists. 
 
New trolley jack range from Laser Tools
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