- SJM Screw Jacks: Loads to 200KN, Standard max length 6m, available in 5 configurations
- MAR Screw Jacks: Loads to 350KN, Standard max length 6m, available in 8 configurations
- Standard features across both types:
- TRAPEZOIDAL SCREW: in C45E EN10083
- ANTI-FRICTION BUSHING: in bronze to facilitate sliding or rotation of the screw
- FRONT SEAL RING: in nitrile rubber. Also available in Viton for high application temperatures
- BEARING FOR TRAPEZOIDAL SCREW: to withstand the loads applied to the jack
- SEAL RING: in nitrile rubber. Also available in Viton for high application temperatures
- BEARINGS FOR INPUT SHAFT: to ensure precise rotation at high speeds
- WORM SCREW: in 17NiCrMo6-4 EN10084:2008 case-hardened steel
Through our supplier partnership with Marzorati we are able to provide a range of screw jacks for a diverse and demanding set of applications.
A screw jack is a mechanical device used to lift heavy loads or apply a large amount of force with a relatively small input force. It consists of a threaded screw shaft, a handle or crank for turning the screw, and a housing to encase the mechanism. When you turn the screw, it moves up or down, depending on the direction of rotation, and this motion is used to raise or lower objects or provide mechanical advantage in various applications, such as in car jacks, industrial machinery, or construction equipment. Screw jacks are commonly used in situations where precise control or slow, steady movement is required.
For more information please contact the sales team at Motion Drives & Controls.