Hydraulic Jack

A hydraulic jack is a mechanical device that uses hydraulic pressure to lift and move heavy objects. It consists of a pump, a cylinder, and a piston. When the pump is activated, it creates pressure in the cylinder, which then moves the piston. The hydraulic fluid is used to transfer the force generated by the pump to the piston, which in turn exerts force on the object being lifted.
Hydraulic jacks are commonly used in automotive repair and maintenance to lift cars and trucks, and in construction to lift heavy objects such as steel beams and concrete blocks. They come in different sizes and capacities, ranging from small bottle jacks that can lift a few tons to large floor jacks that can lift several tons.
Hydraulic jacks have several advantages over mechanical jacks. They can lift heavier loads, require less effort to use, and provide a more stable and secure lifting surface. They are also easier to control and can be operated with a simple pumping action.