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R. Struwing 12ton jack

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P/N: 12-0215

Country: ESTONIA

Manufactured by OEM: No

Quantity: 1


Key Features of the R. Struwing 12-Ton Jack (Part No. 12-0215)

The R. Struwing 12-Ton Jack (Part No. 12-0215) is engineered to provide high-capacity lifting for various aircraft maintenance tasks. This robust and durable jack features a hydraulic system for smooth operation and is designed with safety and efficiency in mind, suitable for heavy-duty applications in the aviation industry.

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Specifications of R. Struwing 12-Ton Jack

  • Lifting Capacity: 12 tons (24,000 lbs)
  • Minimum Height: 5 inches (127 mm)
  • Maximum Height: 20 inches (508 mm)
  • Hydraulic Fluid Type: MIL-PRF-5606
  • Chassis Length: 45 inches (1143 mm)
  • Chassis Width: 15 inches (381 mm)
  • Weight: 215 lbs (97.5 kg)
  • Part Number: 12-0215

Comprehensive Description

The R. Struwing 12-Ton Jack, with Part Number 12-0215, is a highly reliable and essential tool for aircraft technicians and mechanics. Its design incorporates a powerful hydraulic system that enables users to lift aircraft components weighing up to 12 tons, making it ideal for heavy-duty maintenance and repair tasks. The jack’s minimum lift height is 5 inches, allowing for versatility in various environments, while the maximum height reaches 20 inches, providing sufficient clearance for most undercarriage work.

Constructed to accommodate the rigorous demands of the aviation sector, the tool uses MIL-PRF-5606 hydraulic fluid, known for its reliable performance in a wide range of temperatures and conditions. The chassis dimensions guarantee stability during use, preventing slippage or accidents when handling massive loads. Despite its considerable lifting capability, the unit remains relatively mobile at 215 pounds, enabling technicians to maneuver it into optimal positions without excessive strain.

This R. Struwing Jack not only improves the efficiency of maintenance operations but also ensures the safety of personnel with features designed to prevent overloading and system failure. Its robust build quality and adherence to aviation standards make it a valuable addition to any aircraft maintenance facility. The R. Struwing 12-Ton Jack is not just a piece of equipment; it is a dependable partner for maintaining the integrity and performance of aircraft fleets.