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NEFF M/J-series
Screw jack

  • Lifting screw jack, axial or rotating screw
  • Lifting capacities of 2,5 to 500 kN
  • Trapezoidal spindle or ballscrew

NEFF screw jack (M/J-series) with axial lifting screw or rotating screw for lifting capacities from 2,5 up to 500 kN. The NEFF MJ screw jack is used wherever loads have to be positioned under moderate duty cycles and little dynamic. The cubical design and the all-round handling facilitate an easy alignment of the drives during installation. 

Construction forms NEFF screw jack M/J-series

  • Type N : Non-rotating moving screw
  • Type R : Standing rotating screw

Features NEFF screw jack M/J-series

  • 11 sizes with lifting capacities of 2.5 to 500 kN
  • Drive-motor speed of up to 1.500 rpm
  • Self-locking rolled trapezoidal screw
  • Grease-lubricated version
  • All-round handling allows for an easy alignment
  • Worm gear pairs in two ratio steps (normal “H” and slow “L”)
  • Identically constructed to European manufacturers of worm gear screw jacks with cubical design

Application examples NEFF M/J-serie

  • Lifting systems
  • Theatre stages
  • Safe opening and closing of the service hatch of wind turbines

NEFF screw jacks (M/J series) are also available with accessories such as couplings, connecting shafts and drives for your complete lifting system.

  • Quick response, short lines
  • Renowned manufacturers
  • Profound product knowledge
  • High reliability

We supply slewing ring bearings, oscillating mountings, tensioner devices from stock and we also have spiral bevel gearboxes, servo gears and electromechanical actuators in our delivery program.

In addition we also select and offer the right components and systems for motion control solutions, such as servo gear motors, linear servo actuators and complete XYZ cartesian systems.

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