In 1961, Meyer Hydraulics Corporation invented the first universal jack set that would raise aircrafts high enough for gear retraction testing. More than 50 years later, their hydraulic aircraft jacks are still used by aircraft mechanics all over the world.
We have the Meyer Hydraulics series A300 and A400 aircraft jacks. The A300 models are designed for up to 24,000 pounds, while the A400 models are made for a 6,000-pound capacity. In the A400 series, the Meyer Hydraulic Jack A422 is made for a minimum height of 34 inches, a maximum height of 48 inches and it has a lift rage of 14 inches.
See the product detail pages for more information. Both series of hydraulic jacks are designed with pin safety locks, spring loaded casters and a special locking system that eliminates motion when the aircraft is lifted. Meyer's hydraulics systems and tools also include their aircraft tire bead breaker, jack sets and jack repair kits. You'll get a real lift from how easy these jacks are to use.