Gandhi Automations offers dock shelters for every requirement and environment.
Dock Shelters are installed mainly to seal the gap between the building and the vehicle in a way that when the sectional overhead door is opened, goods and personnel are protected against the harsh weather conditions outside.
Retractable dock shelters
With its simplicity and efficiency, the retractable PVC front panels dock shelter grants for a constant investment payback, and 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 to seal vehicles of different shapes.
Cushion dock shelters
Due to its high insulation factor, the cushion dock shelter is the ideal solution 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 loading.
Inflatable dock shelters
It can be rapidly inflated with a fan and creates a perfect insulation between the vehicle and the loading bay, sheltering from cold, rain, wind, dust and humidity. It is made of polyester fabric, PVC covered.Contrary to other types of dock shelters, the vehicle does not push towards the shelter; instead the shelter is inflated around the vehicle.
(Communication by the management of the company)
Emergence of Integrated MEP business are basically encouraging small contractors as because in most of the cases the major equipments are bought by the developers (employer/client) and being given to the MEP contractors to erect or install. This type of projects are not suitable for large contractors as only erection sort of a job is left to be done which doesnt attract more much desired profits compared to the manpower investment. Also, from client/employer's point of view if they buy the major equipments themselves by taking engineering/technical help from consultants it will save them atleast 10 to 15% of value on each equiipments which the contractor might have costed for that particular project. Due to this reason MEP business is a big failure in eastern part of the country. But yes, Indian HVAC industry has a great future ahead.