1) OPERATING HANDLE
Length provides dockworker sufficient leverage to easily raise the platform. Handle is also used to position the lip for end-loading.
2) LIP ASSEMBLY
Lip length has projection similar to a traditional 18” dock leveler lip for greater loading versatility.
3) MAIN DECK ASSEMBLY
The low-profile, single piece deck design and side housings provide structural strength with flexibility under load.
4) PRE-RAMP ASSEMBLY
17” ramp allows smooth transition from warehouse floor to the deck and is easily replaceable should it ever be damaged.
5) RELEASE PEDAL
Designed for ease of use and minimal profile.
LoadHog stores inside the warehouse and allows the dock door to close tight against the floor, minimizing energy loss and improving loss prevention.
7) GAS SPRING LIP ASSEMBLY
Dual gas springs control lip position and allow the lip assembly to yield if impacted.
8) ACTIVATION SYSTEM
Spring counterbalance permits smooth operation.
9) BUMPER BLOCKS
18” bumper projection affords service to a wide range of trailers and simplifies dock design on decline drive applications.
10) LIP HINGE
Design incorporates 1/2” steel lip lugs interfacing with 1/4” steel box beams for maximum strength and flexibility.
11) STORAGE LATCH
Holds LoadHog in the vertical stored position and is Lock-out/Tag-out capable.
12) BUMPER SHELF
Fills gap between the bumper blocks and provides safe access to trailer doors.
13) EASY INSTALLATION
Allows easy handling and quick installation. Requires only 4 heavy-duty anchor bolts for the main deck assembly and 8 additional anchors for the bumper block assemblies.
- Easy installation - No Concrete Work Required
- Superior Environmental Control
- Superior Sanitary and Rodent Control
- Improves Loss Prevention
- Superior Cost of Ownership
- 6’, 6.5’ & 7’ Widths Available
- Extended Lip Purchase (18” Equivalent)
- Rated to 15,000 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight
- Permits Use With 3-wheel & 4-wheel Lift Traffic
- 4” Side-to-side Tilt To Accommodate Uneven Trailers