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In a loading dock, one problem to overcome is the problem of bridging the gap between a truck and the dock or warehouse floor. Not all trucks are the same height, and the height of the trailer floor within a truck can vary according to how heavily the truck is laden. Thus, there is not only a gap to bridge but a height difference to overcome. Various devices are employed in order to achieve this: dock plates, dock levellers, dock boards, and various forms of lift. These devices vary in construction, suitability to dock conditions, cost of installation, and loading capacity.
Dock levellers and lifts are generally permanent fixtures at each door of a dock.
Available in a range of types and considering length, width and load capacity DNA Products can offer you a cost-effective solution to your Dock Leveller needs. Whether you require standard pit mounted, suspended or cast in models we can help from measuring and pricing all the way through to the installation and servicing.
Your dock leveller, configured and built to order from your specification to your satisfaction.
To find the Dock Leveller that best suits your needs please look through the list below and click on the title to visit the page:
Our bespoke swing lip dock leveller can be manufactured to suit any new or existing formed pit. We produce the following configurations: standard pit type, suspended frame type, cast in concrete type and also a free standing version.
Our bespoke Telescopic lip dock leveller can be manufactured to suit any new or existing formed pit. We produce the following configurations: standard pit type, suspended frame type, cast in concrete type and also a free standing version.
Our edge of dock leveller is ideal for areas where space is restricted and a conventional dock leveller cannot be installed, it is designed to be lifted manually using the profile cut out, the counterbalanced weight system holds the lip down securely to vehicle bed and building floor to eliminate the void between the vehicle and building allowing loading or unloading to be safely carried out.