DOCK CUSHION SEAL

The Dock Technik dock cushion seal is provides a very effective seal. The dock cushion seal forms a seal when a vehicle reverses onto the loading bay. Our dock cushion seal is best suited to a site with a dedicated fleet with similar sized vehicles, but it can be supplied with an adjustable head cushion for different height vehicles. The dock cushion seal also harbours high quality thermal properties making it suitable for temperature critical warehouses.

loading bay dock cushion seal

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Product Description

The Dock Technik dock cushion seal has a foam filled PVC case with timber backing. When the vehicle reverses onto the bay of the loading dock it impacts the dock cushion seal and the internal foam compresses to form a seal around the vehicle. The external face of the seal is designed with wear pleats for added protection and a parking guide to aid vehicle alignment on the bay. Our dock cushion seal is best suited to a site with a dedicated fleet with the same size vehicle, but it can be supplied with an adjustable head cushion for different height vehicles.

Product Detail

 

● The dock cushion seal is available in a range of sizes to best suit your fleet size and building design
● Vehicle alignment aid is available in coloured stripe or chevron; these added during the manufacturing process of the dock cushion seals.
● Wear pleats or plain faced available
● Adjustable or fixed head seal

loading bay dock shelters, dock cushion seals.

Robust material providing impact protection  from vehicles reversing onto the loading bay dock cushion seal.  Manufactured to withstand the effects of UV-radiation or extreme temperatures. 

The Dock cushion seal provides a highly effective seal between the vehicle and the dock shelter. Insulation is achieved and maintained. Minimising energy consumption, maintains hygiene, as well as protecting goods and loading bay personnel from external weather conditions. 

Dock cushion seals are commonly used on temperature controlled facilities by creating a tight compression seal.