The Vestil SP-TOP steel spin top trailer stabilizing jack has two wheels and can be used to support and level a semi-trailer when it is disconnected from a tractor unit. The top measures 8" in diameter and can be spun to adjust the height of the jack. The trailer jack is made of steel, which is resistant to wear and corrosion. The yellow powder-coated finish resists scratches, chipping, fading, and other wear. The handle can be used to maneuver or carry the jack. The wheels measure 10" in diameter and are made of solid rubber, which can't go flat and is resistant to wear. The jack contains an Acme thread screw, which can support heavier loads than typical square thread screws. A grease fitting allows the jack to be lubricated. A reflective collar helps make the jack visible in the dark. The trailer jack has a static capacity of 100,000 lb. and a lifting capacity of 40,000 lb., weighs 110 lb., and measures 51" high extended and 39-1/2" high retracted. This product is intended for use in professional and industrial environments.
Jacks are machines used to lift heavy objects, such as vehicles, trailers, structures, or heavy machinery. Jacks come in a range of styles for different applications. Common varieties include bottle jacks, which resemble a large bottle in shape and use hydraulic force to lift the load; floor jacks, which typically contain a long pump handle and caster wheels and sit low to the floor; and tongue jacks, which can be mounted onto the frame of a trailer to lift and lower it. Jacks can be used on construction sites or in warehouses, automobile repair shops, or industrial facilities.
Vestil manufactures materials handling equipment, including hoists and trolleys, jib and gantry cranes, loading dock equipment, and storage solutions. The company, founded in 1968, is headquartered in Angola, IN.