Lab Jacks provide support in your laboratory. We bundle them with all of our kits, and they are an often overlooked part of a laboratory that makes heavy use of glassware. It’s never a good idea to put undue stress on your glass joints, whether they are connected with a Keck Clip or not. A lab jack can be placed underneath the glass, and its height is adjustable with the easy turn of a knob.
The height automatically stays in place when you’ve adjusted the diameter knob, making fine adjustments a breeze. The knobs are smooth to turn and precise to control.
Rather than have metal-on-glass contact, we strongly advise using your lab jack with a lab pad. Not only will this protect the glassware against breakage, it will also keep your glass more firmly in place during your runs.
We offer a variety of sizes and finishes of laboratory jacks, each designed for different applications. Make sure you use the right sized jack for what it will be holding. In general, don’t push a smaller size to its limit. When in doubt, better to choose larger over smaller to be safe!
The device’s easy-to-clean, flat platform will keep your important equipment in place. Scissor jacks can be used in just about every laboratory.
Note: We carry silver and black finishes for these support jacks.