The Loading Systems modular dock house is an economic attractive alternative to traditional dock leveller pit systems. Mounted externally, they ensure that expensive internal space is being fully utilised.
Dock houses can be delivered either as individual units or linked together. Where yard space is limited, dock house can also be installed in a saw tooth arrangement.
- Modular design
- Economic attractive
- Efficient use internal space
- Easy to relocate
- HACCP solution
- Energy efficient
For new, existing and leased buildings
Dock houses are often used to expand existing buildings or where internal space is limited. Dock houses are also used to extend space within leased properties that have building restrictions.
Dock houses can be easily relocated to another building or another site.
Dock houses are often used in facilities where HACCP is a high priority or is a fundamental requirement for the warehouse operator.
Dock houses improve thermal insulation by creating a separation between the building and dock equipment which is important in temperature controlled environments.
ISO dock house
The ISO dock leveller along with the in front of the leveller closing sectional overhead door, preferably in combination with the stepped frame ensures optimal insulation and is particularly well suited for cold stores.
Stepped frame dock house
With stepped frames the doors of the trailer 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.