Draper adds new high performance jack

Draper Tools has added a new high-performance trolley jack to its range.

The Draper Evolution Jack (70811) is a three tonne jack, which features large and powerful twin pistons, enabling the saddle to be raised to a full height of 580mm, with just four and a half strokes of the extra-long EVA foam protected handle.

Draper says the jack’s internal magnetic filtration system makes sure that the pump’s hydraulic oil is consistently kept free of contaminants, ensuring a long life.

Adding to this jack’s longevity and durability is its five grease nipples. Most standard jacks will have just one grease nipple on the lifting arm – Draper’s Evolution Jack has this plus two on both axles, so the moving parts are always greased to prolong the service life.

Due to its low-profile design, this jack can be used with a vehicle as low as 100mm and the non-marking EVA bumper will protect the bodywork from any damage occurring whilst the vehicle is being raised or lowered. The universal joint release provides precise load control in any handle position, particularly important for a smooth descent.

Robust steel construction, including the wheels, means this top of the range jack is designed to last. It is covered by Draper’s three-year warranty on parts and labour.