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Dock levelers (also known as dock lifts, pit levelers or dock plates) have introduced a new level of safety and security to loading docks in thousands of warehouses and distribution centers. Modern dock levelers successfully integrate powerful and effective levelers with instantaneous, clear, nonverbal communications systems for your dock operator and drivers. This results in a greater level of safety and enhanced productivity on the dock. Dock levelers limit trailer creep and help to prevent premature departures from the dock.
Dock Seals provide an effective barrier against the elements, keeping loading docks safe and efficient. Loading dock seals feature ultra-durable framing for years of reliable performance.
The dock seals also provide a positive seal between internal and external environments. They prevent the passage of dust, insects, exhaust fumes and other airborne particulate matter while the loading dock is in use.
Dock Shelters help keep outside elements out of the warehouse providing energy savings and added comfort for the employees. The loading dock shelters are designed to accommodate a wide variety of door and vehicle sizes.
Vehicle and wheel restraints help minimize the five typical causes of serious accidents including trailer creep, early departure, loading gear failure, trailer upending and trailer drop.
The restraints can be used as a standalone safety product or in conjunction with combination control panels. Truck restraints lock trailers into position at the loading dock. Restraints are mechanical or powered and are used to effectively prevent dock accidents.
Yard ramps (also known as trailer ramps or dock ramps) are simply moved into position at trailers, railcars, or docks. The operator utilizes a self-contained, double-acting hydraulic pump to adjust the unit to the proper position. The ramp can be ready in minutes to load or unload freight.
A yard ramp bridges the gap between the truck and the dock allowing for safe loading of trucks. These ramps can be found in every industry and in every market from agriculture to military, from building trades to distribution.
Steel dockboards bridge the gap between the truck and the dock, allowing for the safe loading of trucks. Steel dockboards have capacities ranging from 15,000 to 40,000 pounds. An aluminum dockboard is ideal for low to medium volume dock loading applications.
Wiese offers a safety dock communication system that is reliable and a cost effective lighting system. It provides a clear line of communication between truck drivers and dock personnel to help reduce the risk of accidents at the loading dock.