Truck or vehicle restraint system – a strong metal hook mounted to the base of the dock which will hook to the frame or bumper of a trailer and prevents it from rolling away during loading operations, can be operated via manual, hydraulic, or electrical systems; this system can replace or work in conjunction with wheel chocks.
Dock light – a movable articulating light mounted inside the dock used to provide lighting inside the truck during loading operations.
Indicator lights - that show truck drivers when to back in or pull out.
Loading dock software – provides a method for tracking and reporting on the loading dock activity.
Full view doors allow one to see when a customer is present and can be designed for many years of trouble free service.
Open air model grilles provide security while allowing full visual access and air circulation. Full closure models provide visual access in most cases and enhanced security by preventing pilferage through openings.
Available in multiple styles, patterns and colors.
Bumpers – protect the dock from truck damage, may also be used as a guide by the truck driver when backing up.
Dock leveler – a height-adjustable platform used as a bridge between dock and truck, can be operated via mechanical (spring), hydraulic, or air powered systems.
Dock lift – serves same function as a leveler but operates similar to a scissor lift to allow for greater height adjustments.
Dock seals or dock shelters – compressible foam, compresses against truck when backed into dock, forming a seal to help with heat loss when truck is at the door.
Loading docks are an area of a building where goods are usually loaded and unloaded. These are commonly found on commercial and industrial buildings for the warehouse.
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