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Majorlift efficiency in the workshop Low-height bus jack from Majorlift.

Pit jacks are generally considered to be the fastest and safest method of lifting a bus or coach for maintenance or servicing, according to Majorlift. They have been around for the last 30 odd years, but the design and performance has steadily improved over the years, with the introduction of screw type rams, hose burst valves, pressure relief valves and adjustable frames to suit vehicles with various wheel bases, air-assisted lift, and easy-glide rollers. Old problems like rusty rams are no longer a problem, says Majorlift, as it now incorporates in all rams and cylinders a patented surface engineering process.

“All Majorlift pit jacks are guaranteed for five years,” says a spokesperson. “This is achieved by producing 95 per cent of our components in-house, thus allowing us full quality control. Safety is our watchword, with all our products incorporating many devices to ensure full operator protection coupled with safety and cost saving for the proprietor.”

Other products  that are manufactured by Majorlift include transmission jacks with large range of adaptors to safely remove the largest of gearboxes by one technician, and special long-reach low-entry trolley jacks designed for low-entry buses and coaches

Its latest product is a calliper and hub removal tool. “Brake callipers and hub removals are tricky jobs often requiring at least two mechanics to ensure the job is done safely,” says Majorlift. “By using the Majorlift hub jack together with our mini calliper crane, the job can be done safely and easily by one mechanic reducing the chances of workplace injuries and damage to hub seals.”

Pit jacks are generally considered to be the fastest and safest method of lifting a bus or coach for maintenance or servicing, according to Majorlift. They have been around for the last 30 odd years, but the design and performance has steadily improved over the years, with the introduction of screw type rams, hose burst valves, pressure relief valves and adjustable frames to suit vehicles with various wheel bases, air-assisted lift, and easy-glide rollers. Old problems like rusty rams are no longer a problem, says Majorlift, as it now incorporates in all rams and cylinders a patented surface engineering process.

“All Majorlift pit jacks are guaranteed for five years,” says a spokesperson. “This is achieved by producing 95 per cent of our components in-house, thus allowing us full quality control. Safety is our watchword, with all our products incorporating many devices to ensure full operator protection coupled with safety and cost saving for the proprietor.”

Other products  that are manufactured by Majorlift include transmission jacks with large range of adaptors to safely remove the largest of gearboxes by one technician, and special long-reach low-entry trolley jacks designed for low-entry buses and coaches

Its latest product is a calliper and hub removal tool. “Brake callipers and hub removals are tricky jobs often requiring at least two mechanics to ensure the job is done safely,” says Majorlift. “By using the Majorlift hub jack together with our mini calliper crane, the job can be done safely and easily by one mechanic reducing the chances of workplace injuries and damage to hub seals.”

www.majorlift.com

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