Vertical Dock Leveler

crane hoist manufacturer

VS Vertical Dock Levelers for Cold Store Facilities
 
MHE-Blue Giant Vertical Storing Dock Leveler is the perfect loading dock solution for facilities and applications that require strict climate control or high cleanliness levels. It improves internal temperature control, reduces the risk of door damage and minimises debris entry. Trailers typically back into the specially designed loading dock bay and a complete seal is formed between the trailer and inside the facility before the doors are opened, preventing contamination.
 
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Example of a VS Series installation in a cold store warehouse
 
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Features of the VS Series:
  • 'Constant pressure'-style down button ensures controlled lowering during operation
  • Deck will flex up to 4” (101 mm) when under load
  • 3" high run off guards
  • Fail-safe hydraulic system with double-acting lip cylinder
  • Hydraulic velocity at the cylinder's hose to prevent platform free-fall in the event of hose rupture
  • With Blue Genius™ Gold Series I Touch Control Panel
  • NEMA4X, CSA/UL Approved
Safety Features:
  • A hydraulic velocity fuse limits the loaded ramp’s free fall to within 3” (76 mm)
  • A home proximity sensor detects when the dock is in the parked position
  • Stationary side tapered toe guards have high visibility OSHA safety striping
  • A maintenance strut supports the deck for safe under-deck maintenance and inspection
  • A range proximity sensor allows the deck movements to match those of
    the trailer bed, eliminating hazards caused by mismatched deck and
    trailer bed levels
Options:
  • 18” (457 mm) and 20” (508 mm) lips
  • Environmentally friendly biodegradable oil
  • Hot dipped galvanising (deck and rear frame)
  • Stainless steel lip and rear hinge pins
  • Three wheel forklift centre deck support
 
KRS Vertical Dock Leveler
 
KRS Vertical Dock Leveler is suitable for low to medium duty warehouses where there are existing docks and a quick fit solution is required.  The deck is raised and lowered mechanically by a set of counterbalanced springs.  The structure is welded directly onto a steel profile that is mounted on the edge of the dock.  Optionally, a rail can be used to allow the platform to be moved to serve several loading points.
 
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