The POWERJACK® Model 100 and
Model 200 flooring jacks are
tools designed for the professional
PowerJacks are designed to
pull or push tongue & groove flooring
strips into place and hold them tightly
for hands-free nailing. Powerjacks will
work on almost any thickness flooring
without damaging the flooring surface.
They can be used next to the wall, at
stud locations or anywhere else on the
USING A POWERJACK...
• Speeds up installation & saves time
• Eliminates using pry bars or crowbars
• Provides needed leverage in tight
• Helps build a better floor
• Makes your job easier
• Works great for under-cabinet
The Model 100 pushes against a stud
location on a stationary wall to pull
the strips into place. Great for
snugging-up end strips against walls,
wall trim or fixed cupboards or cabinets
(see picture 1).
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
(see picture 2).
If needed, the Model 100 can also be
used away from the wall by setting a
stationary anchor point anywhere near
your work area (see picture 3).
The Model 200 POWERJACK is designed to
screw directly to the sub floor and push
against your flooring strips. This model
is used mid-floor to seat flooring
tightly and can be repositioned as
needed (picture 4).
(PowerJack Product Spec Page)
The POWERJACK® Model
500 combines the best features of the
Model 100 and
200 into one versatile tool.
Snugging up end
strips near a wall is easy. The front
swivel toe-hook will adjust to most any
thickness of flooring.
When not near a wall, the Model 500 can
be used mid-floor by screwing the base
directly to the sub floor and pushing
the flooring strips into place.
When under the toe kick of a cabinet,
the Powerjack Model 500 tightens up
boards and holds them in place for