Gear: Res-Q-Jack

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Res-Q-Jack

Res-Q-Jack
Category: Rescue Equipment
Subcategory: Vehicle Extrication
Price: Offered By Different Dealers / Check Site
Average Rating:
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(22 Votes)
Description:

Patent # 6772984 - Others Pending, Pre-attached base straps available, Extension sections kept at rugged minimum of 2” square steel tubing, Other end fittings available, Galvanized grade 50 steel extensions – time tested & proven ! Other lock pins available, Powder coated bases, heads,and strut body; Available with or without jack 12”+ Jack Travel, 4,000 lb. lift, Equipped with universal CRG head, Convenient Carrying Handle, Easy to use lock pins

Member Reviews

  • Fletch_max30
    mookie, Wed, 22 Aug 2007 23:55:22 UTC.
    1st review

    Although Res-Q-Jack has several different flavors of jacks and struts, as well as saws and straps, this review is for the 'Space Saver'. The system I got a chance to work with contains 2 jacks, 2 struts, and straps for each (total of 4). The system is very easy for a couple of companies to set up (we had 2 engine companies at the training - 3 person companies - and the system took on avg. about 6 minutes to set up). Although practice is necessary with them to become proficient (such is life with all tools) these are fairly 'firefighter proof'. They are made very durable, which makes them heavy to carry. Although they are suprisingly heavy, the space savings they offier in the rig is great. Overall, I would recommend them to any crew; definately NOT a waste of money.

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    tsmith1, Sun, 21 Oct 2007 16:30:09 UTC.

    These things are just cool. I was a bit skeptical at first, but no more. I have used the Res-Q-Jack in dozens of applications. I am definitely satisfied with this product.

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    Ravenfirefighter, Wed, 06 Feb 2008 23:56:41 UTC.

    Used this at an Extrication school and think my department needs some.

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    DSGROOMS, Sun, 23 Mar 2008 15:22:15 UTC.

    We just purchased a res-q-jack set, and I love it. It's extremely versatile and can be modified to handle just about any job.

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    FIRE25MAN, Tue, 22 Jul 2008 09:44:01 UTC.

    we are getting 4 of then

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    sandy2501, Fri, 22 Aug 2008 18:27:38 UTC.

    Very nice to work with. Many applcations

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    Account Removed, Fri, 22 Aug 2008 21:06:37 UTC.

    Any agency accepting the challenge of providing vehicle rescue and extrication services to its community should not be caught without this tool...given todays newer vehicle technology and construction, this tools assists by enabling recure crews to quickly and safely stabilize just about any given vehicle rescue situation in a short amount of time...and according to some vehicle rescue experts, stabilization may be the weakest part of thre entire extrication effort!

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    ToTo, Thu, 08 Jan 2009 10:05:22 UTC.

    AWSOME product very versatile and will do anything that you put it up to. the work in all weather conditions.

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    Irescue_u2, Fri, 23 Jan 2009 16:36:41 UTC.

    The day that the jacks arrived at our station, 3 hrs later we had a nasty roll over in a ditch w/entrapment. It would have taken a lot longer to stabilize this vehicle if we had done it our usual way. These jacks saved us a lot of time in stabilizing the vehicle, was a key part in the quick extrication of the driver. He lived. We have used these jacks in a lot of applications & they work GREAT!!! And most important makes it safer for all of us working on the vehicle and for the patiants.

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    delete, Mon, 02 Feb 2009 14:27:28 UTC.

    provides good stablization. I prefer the ones with the hand cranks.

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    drodney72, Sat, 14 Feb 2009 16:23:38 UTC.

    These seem to be a great tool. We don't have any of these on our trucks yet, but I've been trying to convince our county chief to buy some. The only chance that I've really had to use them is when I was attending Advanced Extrication and Big Rig Rescue classes and they seemed to work really well then and I didn't have any troubles learning how to use them.

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    erichcb, Thu, 19 Feb 2009 07:54:13 UTC.

    This is a great product and my department has the compleat set and we use them alot but I thing the rescue 42s might of been a better choice.........Attached is a discription for the rescue 42 struts.

    Rescue 42, Inc. developed the TeleCribbing® Stabilization system back in 2000. It has been extremely successful, helping Fire and Rescue crews perform extrication and rescue in an environment safer for both rescuers and victims. Our old system was manufactured of galvanized steel “signpost” type material. While this material is OK, it has some problems. It is heavy, relatively weak, and is easily attacked by moisture and many chemicals including battery acid! It also conducts electricity, which is very undesirable due to the popularity of hybrid electric cars.
    Time has moved on, and there have been tremendous advances in the field of Advanced Composites. Rescue 42 has partnered with a progressive Composites manufacturer to develop a proprietary system for producing the revolutionary Composite TeleCrib® Struts! Most Firefighters will remember the days of steel SCBA bottles, and how the advent of composite bottles made steel bottles obsolete. The strength, light weight, chemical resistance, and non-conductive properties of our advanced composite TeleCrib® struts have made the old “signpost” and other types of steel struts completely obsolete!

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  • Darren_training_max30
    slemons17, Tue, 21 Apr 2009 06:31:52 UTC.

    we got to use these in our basic vehicle rescue class and they were by far one of the most easiest tools to use.

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    Account Removed, Fri, 22 May 2009 17:16:35 UTC.

    Great Vehicle stabilazation equipment. Both the departments that i am on use this product. Easy deployment and set up. Great extrication tool.

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    johnlvvfd, Fri, 29 May 2009 17:39:46 UTC.

    I am an rescue instructor and I believe the res-q-jacks should be on every rescue. They are versitile, easy to use and make the scene safer, faster. My department did not have any until I had a vendor demo a set at our station and now we are puchasing a set I am a huge fan.

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  • Second_asst_chief_john_pape_max30
    jpape, Sun, 31 May 2009 00:45:10 UTC.

    We recently got Res-Q-Jack equipment on our new rescue rig. After several training sessions, everybody is singing its praises. Wish we would have had this a long time ago.

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  • Firetruck_max30
    rebal1oo, Wed, 12 Aug 2009 18:32:15 UTC.

    These work really well but are heavy. Also after a few our guys got a pinched finger with the locking pin I ties a 1/8 inch piece of rope to the pin to grab. It is safer and much easier to use with gloves. Just tie a figure 8 in the end.

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    neal3473, Wed, 26 Aug 2009 02:11:23 UTC.

    Have used them before not bad equipment to have. Takes a little time to set up but safety first....

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    resaw, Fri, 14 May 2010 02:45:55 UTC.

    Very handy shoring device and greatly improves scene safety.

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    Terryboyet, Sat, 15 May 2010 23:02:20 UTC.

    I like the size and the handabilite it is anawsome tool for extercation My old dept had one and we used it alot verry durrable....

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    Flintridgefd109, Fri, 12 Nov 2010 01:33:20 UTC.

    Love these things, i got to use them in an extrication class

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    Firebred00, Fri, 28 Jan 2011 01:09:00 UTC.

    First used during an advanced extrication class and quickly realized we needed them ASAP for our department's rescue toolbox . . .6yrs later, we finally got a set!! lol! Typical> Anyway, these are improved over the units we used in class: easier to set up and more adaptable for MVA or structural collapse or any number of incidents where a little extended stability would be handy. Definitely a recommended product.

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