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Lab jack Type 1, 100 x 100 mm

From  Bochem
Material: aluminium, powder-coated, scissor construction made of 18/10 stainless steel.
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Ergonomic knob, rounded.
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Art. No. K578.1

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Product details

Material: aluminium, powder-coated, scissor construction made of 18/10 stainless steel.

Ergonomic knob, rounded.

Lab jack Type 1 

With simple setting wheel, manual operation.

Technical Information
L x W 100 x 100 mm
Height-adjustability 55-120 mm
Moveable load 5 kg
Static load 10 kg
Standards DIN 12897 
Length 100 mm
Width 100 mm
Lab jack Type 1
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Art. No. L x W Pack Qty. Price Quantity
K578.1 100 x 100 mm 1 unit(s)


K579.1 160 x 130 mm 1 unit(s)


K580.1 200 x 200 mm 1 unit(s)


K581.1 240 x 240 mm 1 unit(s)


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General information

Operating load is the greatest dynamic load at which the jack can be lifted out of any position.

Static load is the maximum static load which can be applied to the jack.

the ROTILABO® Mini jack (Art No. YT68.1) can carry a max. load of 2 kg and be moved up or down (= operating load). A maximum weight of 15 kg may be applied to the jack, but it will no longer be possible to screw the jack up or down (= static load).