The Hybrid Air Piston and Hydraulic Operated Vehicle Jack is a hydraulic vehicle jack that is operated by compressed air pressure.
Inventor Imad Nahas of Lancaster, CA has created a hydraulic vehicle jack that is operated by compressed air pressure.
Roadside vehicle repairs, such as tire changing, are a common occurrence. Often these situations involve accessing the underside of the vehicle, or lifting the vehicle in order to fix the problem. Sometimes the physical exertion required is beyond that what is capable by the operator, and a tow truck is required to perform the necessary repairs. These same problems exist while raising the vehicle to change oil, or for other maintenance or repairs. Inventor Nahas has created a means by which motor vehicles can be raised or lowered, at any location without the use of physical exertion.
This clever new invention raises vehicles without physical exertion. It simplifies the tire changing process. It greatly improves safety. The pneumatic system operates a hydraulic jack. The air reservoir is adequately sized to perform dozens of vehicle lifting operations. The use of the Hybrid Air Piston and Hydraulic Operated Vehicle Jack allows one to raise and lower motor vehicles as a conventional jack does without the associated physical exertion that is usually required.