If you utilize a loading dock as a part of your operations, you want to ensure you have maximum flexibility and full functionality for this vital work area. In most cases, that means accommodating many different types of trucks, with different bed heights. This reality makes it a necessity to utilize a dock leveler that provides efficient and safe access for those multiple truck sizes.
A dock leveler is designed to compensate for the difference in height between your loading dock and the bed of the vehicle offloading or loading product. This can require you to lower the surface to provide a safe and reliable walk down to a trailer or truck bed. There are three basic types of dock levelers:
The mechanical dock leveler is the unit that has the lowest lifetime operating costs, and is very easy to service and maintain. You can find mechanical levelers that fulfill a range of applications and offer different capacities and sizes.
The highly experienced team at Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands & NYC has assisted many clients with loading dock leveler repairs, maintenance, and guidance for them to find the right one based on their specific requirements. For many of our clients who need a reliable and affordable loading dock leveler that delivers top performance in light to medium demand environments, we recommend the mechanical pit leveler.
For example, the MP Mechanical Pit Leveler from McGuire is a popular choice for many loading dock needs. This series has simple pull chain activation that incorporates a cam and roller counterbalance for smooth and safe operation. You can easily install this pit leveler in a preformed pit to solve any grade and height differentials.
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