A loading dock works best as a porch on the façade of the warehouse with an integrated dock leveller,
Dock shelter and possibly a sectional door.
Made of a hot-dip galvanized steel construction the finished lock is clad with trapezoidal sheet metal or insulating panels in various thicknesses.
Loading locks can be effectively used for:
An existing building that does not yet have a dock leveller
A new building, whereby the actual storage area is increased by the addition of loading locks
In cold stores, where an internal leveller causes too much cold loss.
Technical details of Loading Docks:
Self-supporting, welded steel frame construction for mounting on the building
Accessible with tail lifts
All steel parts galvanized
The ramp edge serves to absorb the forces of the leveller underframe
The support legs are aligned on the foundations provided by the customer, underpinned and dowelled, the foundations are to be constructed
Feet are adjustable in height and adapted to the hall level
Panel side walls and panel roof with rain gutter and drain connection
Sealing between the customer's façade and the airlock
Width 3560 mm
Length 2500 mm
Angle to building 90° (optional 75°, 60° oder 45°)
Lock height 5150 mm
Width of the underclearance 3000 mm
Loadling Docks in Food Logistics
Sophisticated loading technology for temperature controlled environments
We at Schneider offer you complete solutions in loading technology with optimum thermal insulation during loading and unloading of the vehicles.
You and your specific requirements are the focus of attention, with particular emphasis on hygiene and temperature.
We offer an airtight closure with inflatable dock shelter and a galvanized dock leveller with step frame and feed lip.
For your ideal food logistics we recommend the following products, among others: