Hydraulic Edge of Dock Leveler

What is an edge of dock leveler? The design of the Pentalift EDH series hydraulic edge of dock ensures reliable operation resulting in maximum return on investment. The EDH series hydraulic edge of dock leveler is fully hydraulic. The operator simply pushes a button to use the edge of dock. The hydraulic system is self contained and reliable. It ensures the operation is smooth and controlled. For ease of service, all components are easily accessible from the dock face. The Pentalift EDH series hydra... Read More

Control Panel Options what do I need?

Pentalift adds value by designing and assembling its own control panels "in house" at the factory. This helps accommodate interlocking of other dock equipment. Interlocking to vehicle restraints, overhead doors and inflatable shelters create a safe and productive loading dock system. Single master control panels save space and reduce electrical hook-up costs.

Make your loading dock safer with a vehicle restraint

Vehicle restraints are a key component of safe loading docks. Locking trailers into position vehicle restraints integrate signal lights, inside and outside. This helps communication between dock attendant and truck driver. Once the truck is positioned the recessed vehicle restraint reaches out... Read More

 

Ergonomic Positioning Solutions Improve Safety

Ergonomic Lift Tables help repetitive stress injuries Pentalift’s Ergonomic Lift Tables suit a wide variety of applications. Adjustable height designs are available in 2,500, 4,000 and 6,000 lb capacities. Ergonomic tables help position parts within easy reach of the operator. Repetitive bending and reaching can cause ... Read More

Despite the apparent order, working in a warehouse is not exactly the safest place on earth. There are many dangers lurking around the corner. That leads to certain warehouse safety topics that you simply can’t afford not to discuss with your team of employees. Here are ten important topics that you should cover: Warehouse Safety Topics:
    1. Loading DocksThis is a broad topic that involves a variety of tips related to working with loading docks, without a forklift. It is important to remove one object ... Read More

With everything that can occur at the loading dock, weather is arguably one of the most dangerous and costly. Dock seals and shelters protect your investment, your energy costs and your employees from inclement weather.

As a warehouse, plant, safety or operations manager with a loading dock in your facility, the number one item on your list should be safety; protecting your em... Read More

Where equipment safety is paramount, options often provide an excellent opportunity to improve upon a products basic offering. Warehouses are prone to accidents and health and safety personnel as well as industrial engineers realize the benefits of including every option in order to avoid unnecessary injuries and product damage. Take the loading dock for example; this is a heavily travelled area of any logistics warehouse and the scene of several accidents a year across all industries. This can be radically improved upon simply by employing the added safety measures many options provide. ... Read More

24486552_sLogistic readiness operations have a number of safety concerns to take into consideration when they are generating a comprehensive safety plan. One of the most neglected areas of logistics safety training tends to be fall protection training. Logistics personnel tend to be rough and r... Read More

loading dock equipment maintananceAs part of any business to keep your employees safe and to keep business running as usual, maintaining your loading dock equipment is vital to this continual operation. Depending on your individual application, your loading dock equipment may include truck restraints, dock levelers, and roll up doors – all of which are intricate parts of the loading dock. If you have an outside Read More