Invented in the 1980s by Taha, the Hydraulic PRESS Jack is an integral part of a hydraulic system.
The pushrod-mounted puller acts as a hydraulic press and the jack acts as the lever that moves the hydraulic press in and out of a sealed area of the press.
This allows you to get a more accurate and precise pressure in and pressure out, as well as to stop the pressure from increasing or decreasing with the application of force.
Taha also makes the Hydraulics, which include a pushrod mount, a hydraulic pressure controller, and a hydraulic pushbar.
Taha uses a “double acting” Taha hydraulic press jack and is not a true double-acting press jack.
That means the pressure is transferred from the press to the press bar and then back to the hydraulic pushrod.
As the press comes in contact with the pressbar, it transfers the pressure to the pressure plate on the press arm.
The press arm then moves the press from its pressure point to its pressure slot, where the pressure of the hydraulic pressure is passed through the press and back to you.
If the pressure on the hydraulic presses is too low, the press will not fully rotate.
When you need to reduce pressure, the hydraulic puller is used to transfer the pressure back to your hydraulic press.
The Hydraulic Puller comes with a 12-volt outlet and a 12V-meter output voltage.
The Hydraulic pressure controller can be used to regulate pressure, as it works by sending the pressure down the pressure-reducing press rod to the power supply, and then to the control circuit, which then reduces the pressure.
The Hydraulic PRESS Jack can be purchased in four different sizes.
The smaller 12-V-rated version costs $60 and the larger 12-VP rated version is $70.