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Dock Locks

  • Vehicle restraints improve dock safety by reducing the chances of an accident. Restraints are designed to keep trucks and trailers from prematurely pulling away from docks while unloading and loading.

  • Dock Locks, Dock Lock Systems, Truck Restraint

    Raymond Storage Concepts offers a variety of trailer restraints including:

    The StrongArm™ SVR303 Vehicle Restraint - Vehicle creep. Unscheduled truck departures. Careless parking. In a busy shipping area, there can be up to many opportunities a day, per single loading dock, for the most serious mishap to occur. The SVR303 Delivers advanced functionality and security to loading dock operations. The incredible low profile allows the rear impact guard to clear the restraint body during arrival to or departure from the loading dock causing no physical or costly damage to either the trailer or the restraint itself.

  • Dock Locks, Dock Lock Systems, Dock Leveler Controller

    Blue Genius™ - Improve productivity and total dock safety with interlocked options from a centralized Blue Genius™ Touch Control Panel and ensure that a multitude of docking equipment is used in the proper sequence to achieve its full capabilities and maximizing work area efficiency and security while minimizing potential door and dock equipment damage. Also avoid the inherent safety risks for the dock attendant associated with multiple control boxes, switches and buttons that are not operationally sequenced or clearly identified. Blue Genius™ Touch Control Panels are offered in a variety of configurations from stand alone dock leveler operation to interlocked dock leveler and vehicle restraint to customized multi-level component integration that sets the standards for future docking technology.

    Manual and push-button models also available.

    Models with red/green lighting packaging that result in clear communication between truck and dock workers.

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For more information about vehicle restraints, please contact us today.

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