A Series Mechanical Dock Leveler

A-Series Mechanical Dock Leveler

Pit Style A-Series Mechanical-M
30,000 to 50,000 lb (13,636 to 22,727 kg) Rated Capacities

Strength is the hallmark of Blue Giant. We deliver one of the highest strength ratios in the industry with features like high tensile steel. We incorporate a minimum of 6 I-Beam deck supports in all.


A-Series Dock Levelers.

At higher capacities that increase to 8 I-Beams. I-Beams offer greater strength support.

A-Series Mechanical Highlights

Mechanical Springs Safety Stand Assured Motion Float in application Assured Motion Float

Blue Giant model M-Mechanical Dock Levelers offer excellent value. To operate, pull the release chain. Blue Giant’s heavy-duty lift springs do the work. The deck rises and the lip is smoothly powered out to the locked position. Simply walk the deck down onto the truck bed and begin loading. On truck departure, the lip automatically releases and lowers allowing the unit to be returned to the cross-traffic position.

  • Designed to tilt to either side - up to 4” (102 mm) - when loaded. This floating action allows full-width contact between the lip and truck bed. Prevents damage to forks, tires, steering system and load, thereby prolongs the life of dock leveler bed.
  • Heavy-duty main lift springs with a lifetime warranty.
  • Dependable friction type holds down system that reduces cross-traffic bounce and provides instant hold at any point in the full operating range.
  • Patented lip actuator. As deck rises, the lip smoothly powers out to the locked position. Releases automatically when truck departs.
  • Yieldable lip safely collapses if struck while in extended position.
  • Mechanical fall safe prevents platform free fall (Standard in US market).

Brochure


Our Products



Fields marked * are required

Associations


Toronto Construction Association Logo
Toronto Construction Association
Canadian Door Institute Logo
Canadian Door Institute
International Door Association Logo
International Door Association

Proudly serving the Greater Toronto Area since 1988