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  • Different types of dock leveler-mechanical dock leveler


    Dock levelers bridge the gap and height difference between the dock and the trailer. They also compensate for the up and down float of the trailer bed during loading. A dock leveler includes a ramp (hinged along its rear edge) and a lip (hinged at the front of the ramp). When not in use, the dock leveler is stored in its neutral position, flush with the loading platform floor. To use a dock leveler, the operator raises the ramp, and the lip swings out. With the lip extended, the operator lowers the ramp until the lip rests on the truck.

    Exclusive Safety design for superior structural support and durability. The unique hold-down device provides easy release every time as well as a longer life due to brake band technology. The unique extension spring counterbalance has a single adjustment point for high strength, durability, and easy walk-down. Hydra-Cam lip assembly to gently control the lip’s rate of descent. Open frame design for easy pit cleanout. Integral locking support strut and lip lock keep ramp and lip raised for safety during maintenance and cleaning. Structural steel safety legs for free-fall protection

    The Aceally Mechanical Dock Leveler provides exceptional endurance and efficiency.  Available in nine different models with size dimensions ranging from 6′ x 6′ to 7′ x 10′, Max loading capacity is 22000lbs and Lip length is 406mm. The leveler’s unlimited float hold-down requires less force to walk down into position and produces less wear on components. The Mechanical Dock Leveler also has an overall lower lifetime cost of ownership than conventional mechanical dock levelers.

    Design feature of Mechanical Dock Leveler

    Unlimited float down hold

    Automatic lip extension

    Working range toe guards

    Below-dock end loading capability

    Integral maintenance strut and lip support latch

    Heavy-duty dock bumpers


    Post time: 09-21-2022