Specifying the Elevating Dock
Hydraulic elevating docks lower forklifts from the loading dock down to the ground. They allow forklifts to enter trucks with very low or high bed heights that are outside the range of docklevelers.
Elevating dock lifts are typically a scissor-lift design. A 6 ft vertical travel is common for a standard dock. Lips on the dock allow movement of the forklift to the dock and to the truck (Image 1). Elevating docks also make it possible to load from the ground (Image 2).
Elevating docks are rated for maximum gross vehicle weight (GVW); 10 tons is the maximum capacity for standard elevating dock. The most common installed elevating dock has a 6 ft wide, 8 ft long table with a capacity of 4500 lb. The most common installed elevating dock using a rider forklift has a 6 ft wide, 10 ft long table with a capacity of 5 tons.
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