Model # 2000

Internet #202092098

Store SKU #209304

Qualcraft Aliminum Ultra Jack


Aliminum Ultra Jack

$12900 /each
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Product Overview

The Qualcraft Ultra Jack Aluminum Pump Jack System is a unique scaffolding system that's safe, durable, and a dream to operate. This all new state-of-the-art versatile scaffolding system is perfect for the contractor who can't afford to waste time on the job. Portable, easily transported, the Ultra-Jack system has a variety of components that can be added such as a workbench which can be installed without removing the Ultra-Jack from the pole. The Pump Jack features a padded handle for comfort and a positive grip, positive spring loaded cam lock, oversized toe strap to accommodate work boots, removable brake lever for easy mounting to pole, easily adjustable work platform, and greater climbing rate per stroke, with less worker fatigue. A basic starter system will consist of the following components. Two Ultra-Jacks, four braces, two workbenches, two 24 ft. aluminum poles with non skid pole bases. Aluminum planks, guard rails and toeboards can also be added.

  • The ultra jack is a integral part of the aluminum pump jack scaffolding system
  • Designed for use with painting, roofing and siding installation. This scaffolding system is also a great system for gutter and soffit maintenance
  • Design features a spring-loaded cam lock for smooth operation, with no clutch to wear out
  • The foot levers and hand cranks are padded for extra comfort during use
  • Toe straps are designed to accommodate large work boots
  • The ultra jack is made of aluminum and steel construction
  • Adjustable from 14 in. up to 24 in.
  • Designed for weather resistance
  • Patented spring coaded cam lock for a very smooth operation and durability with no clutch to wear out or lock to manually engage

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can longer (taller) aluminum poles be used?

I have a semi permanent application that needs a 32 foot pole in one of four locations.
Asked by: sf
Qual Craft aluminum poles come in several lengths and can be joined to attain lengths up to 48 feet. The 2000 series poles come in lengths of 6Ft. # 2006 , 12Ft. # 2012, and 24Ft # 2024 plus a joinable connector will be required # 2013 to join the two poles together. The 2000 series poles allow you two join two poles together but do limit you to only one connection ( joint ) per pole. So with the # 2000 series poles you would basically have two options; ( 1 ) 12 Ft. plus ( 1 ) 24 Ft. plus ( 1 ) connector for 36 feet or ( 1 ) 6 Ft. pole plus ( 1 ) 24 Ft. pole plus ( 1 ) connector for 30 feet If you would like to join 3 poles together instead of just 2 you must use the " All Pro " 3000 series Which come in lengths of 6,12,18 and 24 foot. The joinable connecter # 2013 would still be required at each connection.
Answered by: Guardian Fall
Date published: 2016-09-13

Will these pumps only work with the aluminum poles or will they work with wooden 4x4's?

Asked by: Yazar00
Aluminum Ultra Jacks Model # 2000 are specifically designed to work on aluminum / rubber poles only. If wood poles are to be used, then you would have to use Model # 2200 steel pump jacks. One clarification on wood poles; the correct sizing for a wood pole is 3" x 3-1/2" ( double 2" x 4's nailed together ) and not an actual 4" x 4" as referenced in the question.
Answered by: Guardian Fall
Date published: 2016-10-12

how much is this jack system rated to hold?

Asked by: handyhusband
All Pump Jack Systems regardless of who makes them or what they are made of ( Steel Jacks or Aluminum Jacks ) are rated for 500 lbs. between two poles. This includes Materials, planks and either 1 or 2 workers. ( Max. of two ) This is based on a 4 to 1 safety factor, per the OSHA regulation
Answered by: Guardian Fall
Date published: 2015-09-20
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