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Hydraulic Edge-of-Dock Leveler

The MD-CH Series edge-of-dock leveler from Blue Giant is a high-performance hydraulic system ideally suited for applications where pit leveler installation is not feasible or standard fleet bed heights are serviced at the loading dock.

The MD-CH Series is easily installed to the dock face, providing an efficient self storing docking unit, replacing cumbersome dock plates.

Available in rated capacity of 30,000lbs (13,636kg)

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Features & Specifications

HYDRAULIC OPERATION

Deploys smoothly and easily at the touch of a button. A remotely mounted NEMA4-rated control station activates the deck and lip, readying the dock for use without any pulling or adjusting.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Cylinders and motor are pre-fitted to the dock assembly
  • Deck and lip plates made of premium grade 50,000 psi minimum yield
  • One-piece, continuous front and rear hinge pins for enhanced strength and durability
  • Lip bevel helps protect forklift tires and steering systems and cargo
  • Comfort grip handle doubles as a maintenance strut 

We custom build solutions according to your specifications and needs

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