Caring for Your Hydraulic Air Bottle Jacks

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Caring for Your Hydraulic Air Bottle Jacks

Posted By Ming rui     June 15, 2021    


The hydraulic air bottle jacks are a type of jack, and you probably already know what a jack is. But for those who might not be very familiar with mechanical tools, here is a brief definition of what a jack is:

A jack is referred to as a mechanical device primarily used to lift a load, usually a very heavy one that you can’t, otherwise, lift by yourself; like a vehicle, heavy-duty machinery, a mobile home, or anything of the sort. There are several types of jacks which include hydraulic jacks, mechanical jacks, floor jacks, and bottle jacks. Our focus today will be on bottle jacks.

Bottle jacks get their name from their appearance and shape. If you’ve come across one before, you should know, and if you haven’t, you’d easily recognize it by its bottle shape. It bears a big resemblance to an actual glass milk bottle.

When real heavy stuff has to be lifted (like vehicles or heavy duty machinery), bottle jacks are often the jack of choice because of their strength and lifting capacity.

A brief rundown of how they work: Usually, they have a cylindrical chamber. Oil gets pumped into this chamber and when that happens, it causes the plunger to get pushed upwards and downwards. With the continuation of this upward and downward movement, the pressure is gradually built and this pressure is what now jacks the heavy object upwards.

Just like every other jack, bottle jacks are usually addressed by their rated maximum capacity. That’s why you see something like a 10-ton bottle jack or a 12-ton bottle jack, for instance.

Commonly, the bottle jacks you’d find will most likely be rated between 0.5 tons and 5 tons. However, for industrial use, where really heavy objects need to be lifted, you can also find 50-ton bottle jacks.

Caring tips:
After lowering the bottle jack, remove the filter plug found at the side of the chamber
Turn the jack over so that the old oil can drain out of the chamber completely
The used hydraulic oil should be properly disposed of following the standards of your locality
Stand your jack properly and then fill it with high-grade hydraulic oil. Fill to the brim and ensure that you have saturated the oil fill hole as well with the oil
After this, you can replace the filter plug
Clean your unit with a mild detergent and dry properly with a dry cloth
Lastly, ensure that your jack is properly stored out of reach of unauthorized individuals, especially children

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