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Loading Dock House 1000NG
Loading Dock House 1000NG
Loading Dock House 1000NG
Loading Dock House 1000NG
Loading Dock House 1000NG

    Loading Dock House 1000NG

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    The Loading Systems modular dock house NG is an economic attractive alternative to traditional dock leveller pit systems and is ideal to extend existing warehouses.

    Specification
    • The Loading Systems modular dock house NG is an economic attractive alternative to traditional dock leveller pit systems and is ideal to extend existing warehouses.

      Advantages

      • Suitable for new and existing buildings;
      • The dock house NG is economic attractive compared to traditional pit systems regarding investment, tax advantages etc.;
      • The area inside the warehouse can be used more efficiently and economically (a m² inside a warehouse is more costly than outside); 
      • A minimum of structural provisions is needed and therefore the dock house NG is ideal to extent existing warehouses and to install at rented buildings;
      • The dock house NG is easy to move with your business;
      • Trucks can stay docked with a closed sectional overhead door;
      • Energy saving: the building is easier to close and more efficient to heat because there is no cold bridge caused by a traditional pit with leveller;
      • Short installation time by quick couplings with bolts;
      • The new easy cladding system decreases even more the installation time;
      • Comply to the standards
      • NEN-EN 1090-1:2009/A1:2011 and NEN-ISO 3834-4

      Application

      The Loading Systems dock house NG is an economically and fiscally attractive alternative to conventional built-in dock levellers and generates also energy savings.

      The modular concept is suitable for any specific customer situation:

      • Dock leveller with hinged or telescopic lip;
      • Curtain or inflatable dock shelter;
      • Stepped frames;
      • Linked together in a row;
      • Saw tooth arrangement;

      Dock house

      With the installation of a dock house in front of the building, the floor space in the building is fully available and the door opening is closed better in terms of thermics and HACCP standards.

      Stepped frame dock house

      With stepped frames the doors of the trailers can be opened after docking to prevent theft. This also makes it possible to dock trailers or containers at night. Furthermore, for cold storage with refrigerator vehicles or fresh food processing environments where food contamination is a concern, it is important that vehicle doors are only opened after the vehicle is actually docked.

      • Linked dock house
      • For technical and economic reasons, dock houses can be linked together.
      • Saw tooth arrangement
      • Depending on the available field space, dock houses can be installed at an angle.
      • Design

      The dock house NG is built from a HE-A support frame with adjustable feet to level the dock house quick and easy thanks to the large range of 1000 – 1350 mm.

      Both side platforms are made from durbar plate and precision laser cut sheet metal parts. Integrated mounting brackets for the dock leveller make installation even easier.

      The platforms are bolted to the mounted support frame and are provided with mounting points for the optional steel upper construction kit.

      The steel upper construction kit consists of tubular and cold-rolled U-profiles which are connected together with a snap-fit coupling and fixed by bolts.

      Optional the steel construction can be cladded with single skin or 40 mm insulated wall and roof panels.

      Technical specifications

      • Standard lengths: …………………2080, 2580, 3080 mm
      • Standard width: ………………………………….3400 mm
      • Platform height: …………………………1000 – 1350 mm
      • Maximum load 90° platforms:.……………………...10 kN
      • Maximum load saw tooth platforms:.………………60 kN
      • Standard colour: …………………………………RAL 9005
      • Drainage: ………………………….Standard via front side
      • Max. wind force (Eurocode 3): ……………….0,84 kN/m2
      • Max. snow load (Eurocode 3): ……………….2,35 kN/m2
      • Upper construction is provided including CE– and performance declaration.
      • Observe local building regulations.
      • Built-in possibilities
      • Detailed built-in and forces drawings are available on request.

      Options

      • Maximum load 60kN for 90° platforms
      • Dock leveller with hinged or telescopic lip;
      • Curtain or inflatable dock shelter;
      • Other dimensions;
      • Steel upper construction;
      • Support frame, platforms and / or steel construction kit galvanized;
      • RAL colour of choice;
      • Placement under 15°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°, 105°, 120°, 135°, 150° or 165°;
      • Second support frame at rear side;
      • Set single skin or insulated wall and roof panels;
      • Transparent roof panels;
      • Side walls unto bottom side dock leveller;
      • Wide variety of dock bumpers (obligated);
      • Wheel guides;
      • Built-in sectional door;

      No rights may be derived from the BIM models.

    Technical specification
    • Unique ref.loading-dock-house-1000ng
    • Product familyDock Equipment
    • Product groupLoading Dock Houses
    • TypeObject (single object)
    • Date of publishing2022-01-01
    • Edition number1
    Related
    • Material mainSteel
    • Designed inNetherlands
    • Manufactured inNetherlands
    Classification
    • BIMobject CategoryLoading Equipment - Loadhouses
    • IFC classificationDoor
    • UNSPSC nameLoad centers
    • UNSPSC code39121101
    • Uniclass 2015 CodeSs_25_30_20_45
    • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionLoading bay doorset systems
    • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code11 13 00
    • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleLoading Dock Equipment
    • OmniClass Number23-23 23 17 15
    • OmniClass TitlePortable Loading Dock Platforms
    • CSI UniFormat II CodeB20
    • CSI UniFormat II TitleEXTERIOR CLOSURE

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