New Moore-Safe Safety Jack Debuts

New Moore-Safe Safety Jack Debuts

The jack has been designed to dramatically reduce the risk of slippage through misplacement or a load shift.

As a leading international designer and manufacturer of technologically advanced tools and systems to service and maintain tires and wheel assemblies, Gaither Tool Co. continually invests in innovative research and development in order to set new performance boundaries for this highly competitive market sector.

Gaither particularly specializes in producing a very high standard of safe and easy-to-use workshop jacks to combat against user accidents and injuries and have recently launched its latest model – the easy-to-carry Moore-Safe GT-20MS, which would have made its debut at various leading industry shows in North America (SEMA) and Europe (Automechanika Frankfurt) toward the end of this year before COVID19 cancelled both events.

The Moore-Safe Jack features an adapter fitted to a jack, making it significantly more stable and reliable, said the company.

It also has been specifically designed to reassuringly cradle vehicle components and dramatically reduce the risk of slippage through misplacement or a load shift.

The jack’s patented design incorporates two interchangeable mounting heads, including a Y head for use on round and square surfaces, and a special round head that effectively supports and encases U-bolts and gives a wide footprint on flat surfaces.

With a 20-ton lifting capacity, the Moore-Safe consistently maintains the center of gravity when lifting to guarantee maximum safety even in the most difficult and hazardous operating conditions. This new style safety jack will initially be available for sale in North America and in due course across Europe when accreditation has been finalized.

For further information on the Moore-Safe Jack, see or contact [email protected] (USA) and/or [email protected] (Europe).

Gaither Tool Company Inc.
Phone: 800-452-5010Fax: 217-245-0940Contact: Jeff Alexander

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