are types of lifts that are used to raise a part of a device, machine or equipment to make the lower sections accessible for repairs. Apart from the use in industrial facilities, the floor jacks are also common in many auto garages. The floor jacks are designed to utilize mechanical advantage to lift objects with limited manual input. They also have wheels that make it easy to move to the work site. To use a floor jack, you need to place it on a flat surface and position the cradle under the item you want to lift. Then, pump the jack until it reaches the point you want. Floor jacks are preferred in most industrial facilities because they can be used on a wide variety of lifting tasks. Note that because they are available in different versions, you should go for the model that best fits your lifting needs. For example, if you target lifting heavy loads, a 100 ton to 200 ton 27-in stroke floor jack should be okay. Visit our page for the full list of available floor jacks.