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RedJack 3.0 Structural Column - 92" to 96" - 32,100 lb - Red

Article #30735713 Model #T2JPHD96 Format 96"
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Description

This RedJack 3.0 structural column by Mitek(R) is designed for heavy-duty use. Made of robust steel, it provides an allowed load of 32,100 lb. This premium quality jack post can be adjusted from 92" to 96". It includes three-gauge steel plates of 4.5" x 6" and an eight-gauge steel tube of 3" x 3". The top and bottom plates are coated with a grey-coloured primer, and the red post is powder-coated.

Product specifications

Height
Adjustable from 92" to 96" (233.68 to 243.84 cm)
Depth
3" (7.62 cm)
Type
Structural column
Gauge
Steel plates: 3 gauge; tube: 8 gauge
Capacity
32 100 lb (14 560 kg)
Width
3" (7.62 cm)
Packaging
Each
Component
Robust steel
Finish
Plates: primed; tube: powder-coated
Utilization
Heavy duty
Plate Size
4.5" x 6" (11.43 x 15.24 cm)

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Can these be cut down shorter?

Asked by: markp70
yes, I had three cut down. Had to find a steel fabricator willing to do it (a small job). The tube is thick and both top and bottom plates "rest" on the posts - they are not fastened to the post. So it's important that if you cut the post, that it's a square cut - in order for the plates to rest squarely on the post. The weight of the structure pressing onto the top plate and bottom plate is what keeps it all together. Both plates have ridges to line up the post, but again, they are not fastened together- its all held together by weight.. So have a professional cut them down who can guarantee a square cut.
Answered by: johnnyk55
Date published: 2020-04-11

I see no difference in the weight bearing capability of your 2 3/4" steel posts and your Type 2 heavy duty steel posts. I.e.; maximum load of 16 foot beam and 50 lbs per square foot.

Asked by: Nashma
Check out manufacturer's tables here: http://www.uspconnectors.com/pdf/connectors/2179_redjack.pdf
Answered by: DerekL
Date published: 2017-10-21

Do sell just the Connectors and Plates?

Asked by: shopower

How much weight can it support

Asked by: JohnnyDHD
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