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Intec, a Turin-based company specialising in the distribution of automotive products and accessories, lifts the veil from two new axle jacks: SJO30-2 and SJP2-2 designed to complete the range of solutions offered by the company for car maintenance and repair specialists as well as commercial and industrial vehicles.

The Intec range of hydraulic jacks is designed to facilitate daily activities in repair workshops, body shop, tire centres and mobile workshops. The new SJO30-2 and SJP2-2 lifts, along with the entire Intec range, are available from authorised dealers throughout the country.

SJO30-2 hydraulic jack, designed for roadside assistance

The new SJO30-2 lift by Intec, is a two-stage hydraulic jack with two extensions specifically designed for road-side assistance and all those applications that require high load capacity with minimum weight and compact dimensions. The product, in fact, has a capacity of 30/15 tons despite its rather minute size, 600x320 mm, minimum height of 150 mm and a maximum height of 409 mm. Largely made of aluminium the axle jack weighs just 24 kg. The SJO30-2 has a low profile and is supplied with two adapters (45 mm and 75 mm) which help to make the most of its 139 mm hydraulic stroke. The SJO30-2 is equipped with a foldable handle, which makes it possible to lift the tool and place it inside any van used as a mobile workshop and intended for roadside assistance or for any kind of activity outside the workshop.

SJP2-2, dedicated to the tire specialist

The new model SJP2-2 is a light and easy to handle hydraulic two-stage jack, which can be used by tire dealers instead of traditional hydraulic trolleys. The compact tool comes in a small size, just 265x285 mm, a weight of 18 kg, a minimum height of 115 mm and a long hydraulic stroke of 235 mm. With a maximum height of 430 mm and a load capacity of 2 tons, the SJP2-2 is the ideal solution for routine operations in a tire shop. Quick lift and safety, thanks to its safety valve and internal telescopic stabiliser.

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