Description
Features
Specification

Pfaff Silberblau SJ mechanical steel jacks are suitable for jacking, supporting and bracing loads. The SJ model features a fixed claw on the head of the unit and a toe for jacking from a lower height. Designed specifically for the rail industry is the RSJ-50 which features a larger floor plate for added stability on a floor such as gravel.

  • Optimal gear ratio ensures minimum effort and smooth operation, this is achieved by the precisely machined gearbox.
  • The jack moves slowly and steadily up and down the rack by turning the operating lever.
  • The jacks load can either be positioned on the head of the unit or the lower toe.
  • Risk of injury is reduced by the standard addition of a self-locking, anti-kickback operating lever.
  • The operating handle can be tilted for use in confined areas.
  • The load is securely held in any position.
  • Axle brake pressure is self-generated when the load is applied.
  • No reduction in capacity on the claw.
Model Capacity on Head (Kg) Capacity on Toe (Kg) Minimum Claw Height (mm) Minimum Head Height (Kg) Maximum Stroke (mm) Handle Length (mm) Weight
Kg
SJ15 1500 1050 70 725 360 225 13.0
SJ30 3000 2100 70 735 360 249 20.0
SJ50 5000 3500 80 730 350 249 27.0
SJ100 10000 7000 85 800 410 300 43.0
RSJ-50 5000 3500 80 740 360 275 29.0

                                                                                                              Dimensions

Model A (mm) B1 (mm) B2 (mm) B5 (mm) g (mm) h1 (mm) h2 (mm) h5 (mm) l1 (mm) l2 (mm)
SJ15 76 164 38 140 60 360 70 725 225 113
SJ30 83 200 38 140 65 360 70 735 249 128
SJ50 108 190 52 170 71 350 80 730 275 128
SJ100 124 252 65 170 86 410 85 800 300 250
RSJ50 108 190 52 170 71 350 80 740 275 128