Dock Leveler| Stationary Loading Ramp

A Dock Leveler is a piece of equipment commonly found in loading docks or warehouses. Its purpose is to bridge the gap between a truck and the loading dock floor, allowing forklifts and other equipment to move smoothly between the two surfaces during the loading and unloading of goods.Dock levelers typically consist of a platform that can be raised or lowered to match the height of the truck bed. This adjustment helps to create a level surface for safe and efficient loading and unloading operations.

Technical Parameters
Workbench Size2000*2000mm2000*2500mm2000*2000mm2000*2500mm2000*2000mm2000*2500mm
Loading Capacity6000KG6000KG8000KG8000KG10000KG10000KG
Tilt Up400mm450mm400mm450mm400mm450mm
Tilt Down300mm300mm300mm300mm300mm300mm
Dimensions (L*W*H)2000*2000*600mm2000*2500*600mm2000*2000*600mm2000*2500*600mm2000*2000*600mm2000*2500*600mm
Total weight640KG720KG700KG800KG710KG830KG
Power supply rated voltage380V380V380V380V380V380V
Product Structure
  • Activation System:This is the system designed to put the dock leveler into operation. The three most common activation systems are mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic.
  • Bumpers: Typically made of rubber, bumpers are used to prevent the trailer from bumping into and damaging the building, dock leveler or vehicle restraint.
  • Deck:The deck, or deck assembly, is the part of the dock leveler structure that the forklift drives over. Decks usually have an anti-skid surface such as a tread plate surface that provides traction for the forklift. At one end of the deck is a hinged lip. The back end of the deck, the end furthest from the truck, pivots.  
  • Dock:The area of a building where trailers load and/or unload their cargo.
  • Dock Level:The vertical level that conforms to the building’s floor surface.
  • Dock Pit:The recessed opening in the dock’s concrete floor that accommodates the pit dock leveler. They are usually lined along the edges with structural steel angles embedded in the concrete.
  • Frame: Also known as the frame assembly. This is the supporting structure for a dock leveler.
  • Lip: Also known as the lip assembly, the lip is usually pivotally attached to the deck assembly. It pivots from a vertical stored position to a position that rests on the trailer’s floor. Lips usually have a tread plate that is similar to the deck.
  • Shim:The steel plates that can be used to help level pit-mounted dock levelers. They can be put under the frame structure and welded in place to create a structural load path to the building’s foundation.
  • Fully Hydraulic Drive: Utilizes a complete hydraulic drive system for convenient operation and reliable performance, ensuring smooth lifting and lowering.
  • Integral Axle Connection: The lip plate and platform are connected with integral axles, enhancing strength and reliability, ensuring deformation-free operation over extended periods.
  • Imported Seals: Incorporates imported seals to guarantee excellent sealing performance of the hydraulic system, enhancing stability and durability.
  • Imported Modular Hydraulic Station: Utilizes an imported modular hydraulic station, providing superior sealing and long service life, improving equipment reliability and maintenance efficiency.
  • High-Strength Design: Features a high-strength “U” beam design to maintain structural integrity and stability under heavy loads for prolonged periods, ensuring a safe working environment.
  • Anti-Skid Design: Equipped with anti-skid pattern steel plates on the platform for enhanced traction and safety during operation.
  • Safety Features: Includes side skirts to prevent foot entrapment accidents, and support rods for ensuring the safety of maintenance personnel when entering the loading bridge interior.
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