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If You Install Single-Inlet Coolers Using Legs.
This Tool is a Mustt!
Powder-Coated steel
6" Hard rubber wheels
2ea. 1"x6' strap w/ratchet
34 lbs. (each half)
Price---$250.00 plus S/H
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Unit is raised and
securely positioned
beside the roof jack
Cooler is placed over
roof jack without disturbing
applied seal compound
Unit is lowered
onto roof jack,
then leveled and
secured with leg kit
Two installers can
conveniently carry
the bulky, single-inlet
cooler safely across the roof
The dolly incorporates two jacks on either side to allow for adjustment with
Respect to roof pitch. Since the combined weight of the cooler and the dolly is
relatively light, there are handles on either side of the dolly to allow 2 technicians
Carry the assembly.

Once the cooler is moved to the desired installation site on the roof by either
Rolling or carrying, the jacks can be adjusted to a height sufficient to clear the roof
Jack, and then roll over the roof jack. At this point, the roof jack can be sealed, and
The cooler can be rolled over the roof jack. Once this is done, lowering the jacks can lower the cooler down on the roof jack, and the cooler can then be
Leveled using the jacks. To complete the cabinet installation, the legs can be attached, and the cooler jack can be removed.

The cooler jack and transportation dolly provides a means to transport the
Cooler across the roof using either of two methods. The true advantage of this piece
Of equipment is its ability to hold the cooler in place above the ducting unit it is ready for lowering. It also provides a stable and safe means to rest the unit prior to

Having this type of equipment eliminates the damage normally made to the
Roofing material s during rolling or dragging the cooler across the roof. It also provides more overall care for the unit during transportation. From a safety standpoint, it eases the physical strain often encountered with large, lightweight, yet bulky loads.