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Werner Steel Pump Jack
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Werner

Steel Pump Jack

  • Works with planks up to 24 in. wide
  • Easy operation with hand crank and foot lever
  • Exclusive Pole-Track system for safe, reliable performance
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The Werner Steel Pump Jack features a rugged hand crank and safety brake for easy operation and accommodates up to a 24 in. wide plank. This jack offers the exclusive Pole-Track system and includes a slip-resistant foot lever with an oversized boot strap. Its sturdy steel construction ensures solid support and lasting durability for any jobsite. Other components in this series (sold separately) include a foldable support brace, workbench/guardrail holder, guardrail holder and pole anchor.

  • Pole-Trak system includes hand crank, safety brake and slip-resistant foot lever with oversized boot strap
  • Designed for use with wood pole
  • Made from durable steel for long life
  • Hand crank and safety brake make it easy to operate
  • OSHA and ANSI approved for safety

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Can I use two 2 x 4's nailed together to run the pump jack up and down?

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February 25, 2016
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Yes. I've been using pump jacks for 25 years and 2 2x 4's nailed together works perfectly.
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February 23, 2016
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Yes, 2x4's can be fastened together and used for the post.
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Why is it that Werners jacks are only rated for 250 pounds, yet Qualcrafts are designed for 500 pounds?

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July 11, 2016
They are the exact same product. Probably built by the same company overseas. Yet the blue ones (Werner) don't hold as much as the red ones (Qualcraft)....? That makes no sense at all. Werners even weigh more, so you are telling me that more steel equals less strength.....? Please clarify
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July 12, 2016
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The Werner Ladder Jacks are designed and tested for a duty rating of 250 lbs.
I cannot compare and respond to the other manufacturer's product.
You can have only 250 LBS between two of these jacks. You cannot exceed
the duty rating of one jack.
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What does the top support look like? Do you carry this and how much does it cost

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January 4, 2016
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We do have a foldable support brace (PJ-SBF), and a rigid support brace (PJ-SBR) available for this. For pricing please contact your local distributor.
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How far apart can the supports be?

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December 29, 2015
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With our pump jack system a brace is required every 16' on any system over 24' in height
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Steel Pump Jack is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from been using pump jacks for yrs good quality jacks been using pump jacks for yrs good quality jacks
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Performance, Excellent Safety I am building a house on a hill. I used these with laminated 2x4's as the pump jack poles. I put the bottom of the poles into the hole of a concrete block which I set in concrete on the ground, and the top of the pole goes through a square hole in a piece of plywood that is nailed onto the roof and overhangs the edge of the roof. I have 13 of these pump jacks going all around the house with 2x12's making up the planks (10 and 12 foot spans)These pump jacks work great and are easily manipulated up and down the pump jack poles as I need to work. They feel very safe and sturdy as I walk on the planks and carry windows and material on them. Just make sure to put cross braces on the poles if they are longer than 20'.
Date published: 2013-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Steel Pump Jack I recently combined this jack with an older set given to me by my wifes brother. I am currently doing a siding job on my home and the instructions provided for the jack and accessories was very helpful and a surprise to find in every box. The jack is well made and very easy to operate I bought them with the combination bench/ safety rail and a few extra braces. I was provided with three jacks and three braces, and no instructions so was I glad to find them in the boxes. They are laminated to make them last as long as your stageing. I put these up the year before with out instructions and it scared the "H" out of me everytime they dropped 6" when tring to lower. Four set seems to be a good number for rigging it allows two independant staging to work from. From the instructions I learned proper spacing 7-1/2' and to hop scotch the braces up and down the wall as you need to clear the jacks so extra braces two or more per upright is my suggestion. I made some wood feet to hold the bottom of the post roughly 12"x12" outlined with 2x4" cut-offs, good use of scrapes to small for much else. The feet are drilled to recieve two rebar pins 18" long set 12" in the soil to hold the uprights stable. I learned from the instructions the jacks have lock at the bottom which you raise or lower prior to pumping or lowering. The crank is easy to lock or unlock and doubles as a safety from accidental lowering as it is not easily noticed. Heck I have them on the old set but with no instructions who knew. Good product prompt delivery and it qualified for free shipping. Now I feel very safe when aloft 1' or many. I feel good about this purchase you will too. John in Maine
Date published: 2010-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked Perfectly Used Pump Jack and correct braces to remove and install a 10' wide picture window, 12 feet off the ground. System worked flawlessly. Lifted the new window up to the opening with 2 light guys on board. Might have overloaded system, but it worked great. (Had some other safey measures)
Date published: 2011-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as advertised and easy to assemble the poles from 2 by 4's. Went up 25 ft and felt secure. Bought three pairs of braces Works as advertised and easy to assemble the poles from 2 by 4's. Went up 25 ft and felt secure. Bought three pairs of braces and put them in as went up the brick walls that need re-pointing. Two people needed to raise poles!
Date published: 2012-03-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid product at affordable price I've always wanted a pair of these but managed to make do with ladder jacks up til now. Action is good and finish seems durable. The jacks were easy to assemble and put on the poles (I used the 2X4 method) and I would have given them 5 stars but for the fact that they are made in China. (That's why I can afford them, I guess). If you're using a 12" walkboard, it'll move around a bit unless you tie it down or put a spacer block next to it.
Date published: 2015-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pump jack These work great don't forget to order the workbench! Just make sure your 2x4s are lined up even, it helps to have a power planer on hand to smooth thing out.
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice Investment for any job over 15 feet. The whole system with planking and guard rail lumber cost under $1000 total (4 sets). The equivalent span and height in standard panel scaffolding would have been over four times that amount, and much more difficult to ascend the wall. Plus it is nice to have a built in guard rail and work bench always at the same level as you climb the wall. I used this system for siding a two story house with HardiePlank siding with a cut man on the ground it worked very well. Don't know why I don't see more of them in use around here!
Date published: 2012-08-08
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