Our Services

What we Do Best

 

We offer the full spectrum of Sales, Installation, Service & Repair for all of your material handling and loading dock equipment needs.

Preventative Maintenance Program

Preventive maintenance is not only a factor in providing safe and useable equipment, it can also maintain productivity and efficiency levels for your business.

Equipment Installation & Repair

Expert installation and repair of material handling equipment, loading dock equipment and commercial doors.

Modular Buildings & Mezzanines

Modular Construction is stronger and better suited to industrial environments. Maximize your space for 40% less than conventional construction on average.

Rolling Steel Fire Door Drop Testing

NFPA 80 and Model Codes require the inspection and testing of fire doors to demonstrate proper operation, full closure, and proper reset.

Benefits

Preventative Maintenance Program

Planned maintenance can extend the life of your dock equipment and assist in the prevention of not only costly unexpected repairs, but also possible accident and injury to your personnel. By routinely checking the equipment and insuring that it is functioning well and structurally safe, you can decrease the chance of an accident at the loading dock area.

Free your maintenance personnel to work on in-house equipment needs

Decrease the incidence of costly downtime

Obtain priority scheduling for service

Decrease long term repair expense

Establish a relationship with experienced, service oriented professionals

Reduce the probability of equipment malfunctioning

Increase operational efficiency and reliability

Extend the useful life of your equipment

Installation

Material Handling & Loading Dock Equipment

We pride ourselves on being a single source for all your commercial loading dock equipment needs. We can install a new loading dock or repair your existing equipment.

From dock pads and bumpers to pit levelers and truck restraints, our experienced staff will help you find the right equipment for the job and have your dock running smoothly in no time.

Commercial Doors

Dock Bumpers

Scissor Lifts

Dock Seals

Hydraulic Levelers

Dock Shelters

Lift Tables

Manual Levelers

Modular

Buildings & Mezzanines

Modular construction’s factory-controlled process generates less waste, creates fewer site disturbances and can typically be completed in half the time of traditional construction.

Mezzanine systems offer a quick and affordable way to increase the amount of usable space in facilities of nearly any type. The extra space can provide a facility with more storage, manufacturing space, or even an office that looks out over the facility floor.

Turn Key Offices

Work Platforms

Guard Booths

Inventory Storage

Locker Rooms

Observation Platforms

Smoking Shelters

Break Rooms

Rolling Steel

Fire Door Drop Testing

To keep your commercial door in compliance with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Loading Dock Equipment can perform the required annual testing and inspection to ensure all requirements are being properly met.

Our expertly trained and certified technicians perform the visual and operational inspection, testing and certification of your facilities fire doors so they meet NFPA 80 requirements.

Fire door assemblies shall be inspected and tested not less than annually, and a written record kept.

Technical justification for inspection, testing, and maintenance intervals shall be documented.

Functional testing shall be performed by individuals with knowledge and understanding of the operating components of the type of door being subject to testing.

Fire door assemblies shall be visually inspected from both sides to assess the overall condition of door assembly.

Before testing, a visual inspection is performed to identify any damaged or missing parts that can create a hazard during testing or affect operation or resetting.

When the annual test for proper operation and full closure is conducted, rolling steel fire doors shall be drop tested twice.

The first test shall be to check for proper operation and full closure.

A second test shall be done to verify that the automatic-closing device has been reset correctly.

*These standards are not the complete and official position of the NFPA on the referenced subject, which is represented only by the standard in its entirety.

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