Interlock – Dock Leveler

 A combination control panel is provided. A single control panel operates the hydraulic dock leveler and the vehicle restraint. The hydraulic dock leveler is interlocked to the vehicle restraint. The hydraulic dock leveler cannot operate until the truck / trailer has been properly engaged by the vehicle restraint.

Surface Mounting Assembly

Not applicable to the UHR40. An assembly that allows the vehicle restraint to be mounted to horizontal grade surface. This options is utilized when the vertical dock face is not suitable for accommodating the vehicle restraint and the forces that would  be generated by the vehicle restraint.

Inflatable seal or shelter Interlock

The inflation of the seal or shelter is interlocked to the overhead door, or dock leveler or vehicle restraint to inflate and deflate automatically as required by the application...

Additional Head Curtain Drop

Assists in sealing lower trucks and higher doors.

Full Length Yellow Guide Stripe

Increases visibility to the truck driver to assist in centering the truck on the loading dock when backing into position.

Side Frames Covered with Translucent Panels

Constructed from material that permits light from outside to penetrate, while a trailer is parked, offering improved lighting at the door opening,  when loading/unloading.

Wider or Narrower Units

If the loading dock doors are wider or narrower than standard sizes, shelter can be custom built to suit the application.

Higher or Shorter Units

If the loading dock doors are higher or shorter than standard sizes, shelter can be custom built to suit the application.

Door Number Sewn on Curtain

Include fabric cut-outs sewn into the curtain to clearly mark door numbers.

Bottom Side Flap

Sewn to inside of side pads, drops down to increase sealing area beside the dock bumpers.

Metal Hood

Acts as a canopy directing the elements away from the top of the seal.

Reinforced Side Pads

A double layer of cover material on inside of side pads provides additional abrasion protection from lift truck during loading.

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