Gandhi Automations offers a complete range of dock shelters for every requirement and environment.
Dock shelters are installed to seal the gap between the building and vehicle, in a way that when the sectional overhead door is opened, goods and personnel are protected against the harsh weather conditions outside. Dock shelters provide a seal between the internal and external environment, thus assisting in a considerable reduction of energy consumption.
Retractable dock shelters
The commonly used retractable PVC front panel, Dock Shelter, with its simplicity and efficiency, grants for a constant payback of the investment. These are available for dock level or ground level installation for the protection of doors without dock. The front panels are made of high resistance black PVC, reinforced with a double weaving of polyester that works like a spring in order to seal the vehicles of different shapes. The flaps are flexible and have high wear-and-tear resistance. The product retracts under the shock of any possible wrong maneuvers of the docking vehicles and extend when the vehicle drives away.
Cushion dock shelters
Ideal for controlled temperatures, the three cushions are made of elastic polyurethane foam, covered with PVC coated polyester fabric, supporting the vehicle pressures and perfectly sealing the three sides, including the space between opened rear doors and sides of the vehicle. The two vertical cushions have continuous overlapped anti-friction limpets allowing for the up and down heavy friction of the vehicle on its suspensions, during the loading. It is available with fixed or adjustable horizontal top cushion.
Inflatable Dock Shelters
The best solution for insulating and improving the working environment, it can be rapidly inflated with a fan and creates a perfect insulation between the vehicle and the loading bay. The Inflatable Dock Shelter is made of polyester fabric, PVC covered, a material resisting to hot temperatures and bad weather conditions. These provide a versatile seal to service a variety of truck and trailer configurations.
(Communication by the management of the company)