At the risk of sounding stupid, what is a "Jackmate" for the high lift jack?
I use the jack in extrication, I even have one of my own, and have never really heard of it. I asked several firefighters and they never heard of it either.
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12-17-1999, 02:08 PM #1emsbrandoFirehouse.com Guest
What's a JACKMATE?
12-17-1999, 06:21 PM #2Rescue 42Firehouse.com Guest
JackMate is an attachment for the Hi-Lift type jack that essentially converts the Jack into a light set of "Jaws", as well as adding other features such as spikes that can be rigged off the bottom to prevent the Jack from slipping, a Chain Slot and a Clevis Shackle hole for winching, etc.
Your best bet would be to check our web site at www.rescue42.com
The full text of the University of Extrication "Manual Tool Challenge" is also posted there, as well as info on our other product, the O-Plates (Heavy Rescue).
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