Standard lip length for conventional trailers is 11", optional 14" for refrigerated applications. Aluminum dock plates are designed to work well with pallet jacks or other non-powered dock loading equipment. Machine beveled deck edges allow for smooth transition. Wide range of dock plate sizes available.
Recommended for non-powered dock loading applications
Available in two capacity ranges based on size and thickness
Low-cost solution to light dock loading activity applications
Bolt-on steel legs for securing position between the dock and the trailer
Fast and easy to operate, this edge of dock leveler is positioned by lifting a self-storing handle and pulling the handle to the dock floor. The latch assembly activates the lip forward to the floor of the trailer as the handle is lifted. When released, the handle automatically returns to a stored position. The optimum dock height for conventional trailers is 51", while the proper dock height for refrigerated equipment is 55". Refrigerated lip is optional. Widths of 72" and 78" are available.
Capacities from 20,000 to 25,000 pounds
Automatically returns to stored position when truck leaves
Bumper blocks included
Our industrial strength, solid molded rubber wheel chock provides maximum gripping power to prevent wheel slippage accidents. This chock has a handle for easy pickup and placement. Meets OSHA requirements and is resistant to sun, moisture, salt and oil.
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