Model # 2200

Internet #202092111

Store SKU #410624

Qualcraft Pump Jack


Pump Jack

  • Adjustable for poles up to 30 ft. high
  • Easy foot pump and hand crank operation
  • Weather resistant for lasting use
$6377 /each
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Product Overview

The Qualcraft Pump Jack is designed for use with fabricated wood poles constructed of spliced 2x4s up to 30 ft. high and accommodates two 2 in. x 10 in. wood planks with toeboards attached. Simple foot action does all the work needed to raise it into position, and a hand crank lowers it easily. Designed with safety in mind, the jack's positive double-lock system brake secures itself to the wood poles to create a stable hold.

  • Foot-operated design is economical and easy to use
  • For use with shingling, siding, sheathing, insulating, painting, building, roofing, home repair and other maintenance work
  • Secures to wood poles with a positive double-lock system
  • Rugged steel construction for strength
  • Can be adjusted for poles up to a height of 30 ft.
  • Powder-coat finish resists rust and offers extra protection

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Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Ladders/Scaffolding Features
Weather Resistant
Product Weight (lb.)
Pump Jack System Component Type
Pump jack
Scaffolding Type
Pump Jack Components

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Qualcraft industries warrants to the purchaser that all products are free from defect in material and workmanship at the time of shipment. Obligation under this warranty is limited to product replacement for the period of (2) years.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can one guy use this system?

Can one guy use this system?
Asked by: Gary
Yes it is possible for one person to operate this system, it will just take a little more time and effort as you will have to alternate operating both jacks in order to raise or lower them evenly.
Answered by: Guardian Fall
Date published: 2017-07-05

Do you need two for this to work?

Asked by: DaMan
Yes two individual poles equipped with pump jacks, guardrails and the proper amount of bracing are required for the system to work.
Answered by: Guardian Fall
Date published: 2017-06-02

Can you seal or paint the built up posts to better resist weather?

Even treating the end grains would be an improvement but better to treat all surfaces of post.
Asked by: lee
No substances of any kind should be applied to the surfaces of the pump jack pole such as paint or wood sealer as this could cause potential slippage in the operation of the pump jack. The operation of the pump jack is dependent on its ability to grip the wood pole and introducing any foreign material to the poles surface is not recommended.
Answered by: Guardian Fall
Date published: 2017-01-13

Can i use my 12'×24"×4" aluminum stage on this steel pump jack by Qualcraft.

Asked by: Jay
It is acceptable to use this stage in conjunction with the steel pump jack system as long as the stage is rated as a " 2 man 500 Lb. " Aluminum Plank. As always make sure that the wood poles are properly braced with an adequate amount of bracing.
Answered by: Guardian Fall
Date published: 2016-07-30
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Customer Reviews

Pump Jack is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works like a charm I have 3 of these that I'm using on a siding job on my house. I have them 12' apart and I'm using 2 x 12 x 16' planks - yeah I know that's more than the recommended 8' apart but it works for me. Oil all the pivot points and the roller to let it operate smoothly.
Date published: 2015-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than renting scaffolds! These work great and you can't beat the price. Take a second to figure out a few aspects, functionally, but great once you get the hang of them. Very flexible. Can use facing in or out, low or high, and in places standard scaffolds won't even fit.
Date published: 2012-08-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The pump jack does not work for my project. But Home Depot provides very good customer services. Neither Qualcraft pump jack nor Home Depot rented scaffold worked for my home project. My job site is not level because a flowerbed immediately next to the exterior wall where I wanted to work. The gap would be more than 14 inches if I tried Qualcraft pump jack. The rented scaffold required a flat land to operate, but it is 5 feet wide that I was not able to carry with my minivan. I ended with creating my homegrown scaffold which functioned very well to do my job. At the beginning, I spent three weeks testing the Qualcraft pump jack. It stuck each time I reached the wood joint. It was not easy to go down or go up. You can only load with two 2”x12”x120” plank – so you got only 24” working space that is not wide enough. I need at least 30” wide to accommodate toe guard and working space and tools/equipments. I like the Qualcraft pump jack written specification. I gave knowledge about safety requirements. The pump jack maybe a good idea if I am a professional contractor. Yes, I had spent a lot of time to view other customer’s review before I tried it. I might feel safe I jacked it up. I guess that I need at least 6 pump jack brace to work with the pump. Each pump jack brace cost $59.56 – so it is expensive. I did not like to nail the pump jack brace to my wall ( 4 screw nails for each brace, so it will be 24 hole on the wall). .
Date published: 2016-07-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pump jack Works going up but fails going down. Took much time to lower scaffolding, had to get off and use ladder to get it down several times.
Date published: 2015-08-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Jacks make the job easier I had more problems finding straight 16 foot 2x4's.. The jacks are good and work well.. I hit a spot in the 2x4 that I hadto beat the jack with a hammer but it wasn't the jacks. . It's difficult to find straight 2x4
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Second item bought thru HD Have used ! assembly a little time consuming but after first one it got easier. Function well
Date published: 2014-07-05
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