The Powerjack Model 500 is designed to push or pull flooring strips into place and hold them tightly for hands-free nailing. It's easy to operate! Use the lever handle to ratchet the faceplate against a stationary surface. Continue to ratchet until the floor catch draws the flooring to the desired position. The Powerjack can be left in place while you nail down the flooring strip. To release the Powerjack, simply push the handle to full forward position. The Model 500 Powerjack sits on top of your flooring and gains leverage against a wall or a wall-stud. When a stud location cannot be determined, a board long enough to span the distance of the studs should be used to prevent breaking through the drywall. When not near a wall, the Model 500 can also be used mid-floor by screwing the base plate directly to the sub floor and pushing against your flooring strips. Under the toe kick of a cabinet, the Powerjack Model 500 can be used to tighten up boards and hold them in place for hands-free nailing. The Powerjack 500 self adjusts to the thickness of the wood flooring being installed.
POWERNAIL PowerJack 500 Hardwood Floor Positioning Tool