Inch Cubic Jacks Quick Reference
|MODEL||Gear Ratio||Capacity (tons)||Lifting Screw Dia.(in)||Screw Lead (in)||Root Dia. (in)||Turns of Worm for 1" Travel||Max Input Torque (in-lb)||Max Input (hp)||Max Worm Speed at Rated Load (rpm)||Max Load at 1,750 rpm (lb)||Torque to Raise 1 lb (in-lb)||Tare Drag Torque (in-lb)||Back Drive Holding Torque|
- The recommended maximum speed is 1,800 rpm provided that the recommended horsepower and temperature are not exceeded.
- Input torque is shown as torque to lift one pound of load. Starting torque is 100% greater than torque shown for Machine Screw Jacks and 50% greater than torque shown for Ball Screw Jacks. Tare drag torque should be added for all loads.
- Maximum allowable horsepower ratings are based on a 25% duty cycle. For operation at higher duty cycles or repeated use over any segment of the total travel, temperature must be monitored and remain less than 200°F.
- Overload capacity of the Cubic Jack is as follows: 10% for dynamic loads, 30% for static loads.
- Cubic Machine Screw Jacks having gear ratios of 20:1 are self-locking and will hold loads without backdriving in the absence of vibration. All other ratios may require a brake to prevent backdriving.
- All units are suitable for intermittent operation providing that the housing temperature including ambient is not lower than -20°F or higher than +200°F. Factory supplied grease in standard units will operate in this range. For higher or lower operating temperature ranges consult Nook Industries.
- Accessories such as boots, top plates and clevises are available.
- Catalog dimensions are representative only and are subject to change without notice. For construction, use only certified prints.
- Units are not to be used as personnel support or movement.
- End-of-travel stops are not provided.
- Tare drag torque need only be added if operating under 25% rated load.
- Measurements are for non-keyed units. See individual jack pages in our Worm Gear Screw Jacks Catalog for keyed jack info.
|Horsepower per jack =||Torque to raise 1 pound × Number of pounds to be raised × rpm|