The Nytrex trailer plates prevent damages to concrete, asphalt or paved areas and thus prevent costly repair work in the loading docks. Can be mounted on or in the yard surface. Suitable for: concrete, asphalt or paved surfaces.
When the docked truck is loaded and unloaded, a dark area inevitably emerges in the loading area, making fast and safe handling at the interface between the truck and the ramp more difficult. The LED dock light is the perfect solution for an optimal illumination of the loading area and the truck bed with a low energy consumption. It is light in weight and can be mounted directly on the loading hatch inside the hall without major effort. Due to its moving articulated arms, it lights up every corner in the truck. The spotlight comes with a 30 watt LED light and the housing consists of shock-resistant aluminium with a handle. It is easy to connect the dock light via a safety plug.
In addition to our telescopic lip and hinge lip units, we also offer two different types of hydraulic oil and three different strengths of hydraulic hoses. Hydraulic hoses should be replaced after a maximum period of use of 6 years, and hydraulic oil should even be replaced every 2 years.
Telescopic lip units
|Motor power||Execution||Article number|
|1.5 kW||Telescopic lip with 2 magnetic valves||DS0110300|
Hinge lip units
|Motor power||Execution||Article number|
|0.75 kW||Hinge lip with 1 magnetic valve||DS0110100|
|0.75 kW||Hinge lip with 2 magnetic valves||DS0110200|
|1.5 kW||Hinge lip with 2 magnetic valves||DS0110400|
The hydraulic oil on offer is available in two versions: as a standard version and as a low temperature version. Therefore, it is, to some extent, particularly suitable for low temperature ranges.
The hydraulic hoses are available in three strengths:
The safety jack helps to increase safety when loading and unloading trailers / semitrailers with a total weight of up to 40 t. This can effectively prevent the semitrailer from tilting. The additional protection during loading and unloading work is urgently recommended by the professional associations in accordance with BGI 582 and BGI 603.
The use of wheel guides makes it easy to dock trucks optimally at a loading station and helps to prevent damages to the truck, the dock shelter and the façade.
|Wheel guide||L = 1500||DS0380050V1500|
|Wheel guide||L = 1750||DS0380050V1750|
|Wheel guide||L = 2000||DS0380050V2000|
|Wheel guide||L = 2500||DS0380050V2500|
|Mounting kit||Flanged version||DS9903930|
Version fixed in concrete
|Wheel guide||L = 1500||DS0380060V1500|
|Wheel guide||L = 1750||DS0380060V1750|
|Wheel guide||L = 2000||DS0380060V2000|
|Wheel guide||L = 2500||DS0380060V2500|
|Wheel guide||L = 1500||NL2968688|
|Wheel guide||L = 2500||NL2968689|
|Mounting kit||L = 1500||DS9903932|
|Mounting kit||L = 2500||DS9903930|
The Traffic Plus and Traffic Advanced traffic light systems provide a comprehensive safety package that mitigates the danger points at the loading dock. This gives you more safety for your loading operations. A visual indicator shows the forklift operator the status of the vehicle and shows the truck driver the status of the loading operation. The system can be delivered in two different versions. Either the position of the vehicle or the position of the safety chock is recorded, and is indicated accordingly. The system can be furnished with different visual indicators for the outdoor area.
Chocks aim to prevent the unplanned removal of the truck from the loading dock. However, a standard truck chock only provides very limited help.
In most cases, electronic chocks with a connection to the door and the dock leveller are used. The dock leveller can only be operated when the chock is fitted on the wheel.
A position sensor in the chock prevents manipulation by simply turning the chock upside down. It would be sensible to connect the chock to a traffic light system that provides both the truck driver and the loading staff with information about the current status.
The corner seals reduce the loss of energy during the loading process. They seal the problematic areas at the bottom of the dock shelter and thus prevent the suction effect for the docked truck.