Dock Leveller with installation Accessories to be welded on the foreseen pit head and foot profiles, built in traditional way, as per drawing.
The bumpers are separately installed onto the outside side walls of the pit.
The ACCESSORIES dock leveller can also be served by multiple powering.
Shipping: up to 6 – 10 (depending from the type) dock levellers can be stacked in pile on the truck bed, with an encumbrance of 160 mm x 6 (10). For freight calculations, the gross length of the dock levellers, inclusive of folded lip (swivelling lip), is 150 mm greater than the platform length of the dock leveller.
Deck: anti slip almond steel with robot welded supporting beams.
Swivelling lip length: 360 mm standard, totally protruding off the dock rim; 430 mm optional.
Telescopic lip length: 500 or 1000 mm.
EN 1398 concentrated capacity: standard 6.000 kg (10.000 kg uniformly distributed, but not within the scope of the dock leveller), optional 9.000 kg (15.000 kg uniformly distributed, but not within the scope of the dock leveller).
Finishing: dock leveller painted grey RAL 7005 with two components epoxy final paint, oven dried, after degreasing and phosphating. Swivelling lip yellow-orange Ral 2000.
Powering and commands:
- electro hydraulic powerpack inside the pit 400 V 50 Hz three phased, with push-buttons command;
- wall mount electro hydraulic Consolle 230 V 50 Hz single phased allowing for an easy, safe, eye level economic servicing, single command or multi function.
Swivelling lip leveller use: one-button command, lifting, opening the lip at top height, lowering at button release. Return to rest position: same button lifts and retracts the lip; release the button before maximum height and the leveller returns to rest position.
Telescopic lip leveller use: push button for lifting, leveller stops at release. Push button for extending the lip, and leveller lowers at release. Return to rest position by lifting above the dock level, release the button, depress the lip-return button to full in, release the button and the leveller lowers in rest position.
Side adjustment: the dock leveller follows up to 3% of its width the side inclination of the vehicle, as per EN 1398.
Working steepness: the maximum slope fixed by the EN 1398 of 12,5% is a slippery limit. The maximum slope the transport meanings can climb is generally of 8% for fork lift trucks and 4% for the transpallets.