Ideal for sealing in/out heat, cold, bugs, dust and debris
Provides continuous protection across face of dock for applications where trucks back in at an angle
Structural steel angles mechanically fastened or welded by 3/4“ anchors to dock face
Four anchorage device options for welded and anchored applications
Resilient rubber material of bumpers shall be sourced from truck tires cut to uniform size pads and punched to receive ¾” supporting rods
All bumpers compressed under approximately 1,500 lbs of pressure, steel angles secured by ¼” steel rods passing through tire sections
The anchor leg of the angle extends a minimum of 3” beyond the rubber surface at either end and contains 13/16” anchor bolt holes as required (anchor bolts supplied separately)
Galvanized available upon request, surcharges apply
Prevents loss of refrigeration or warmth.
Maintenance free--weather resistant
Absorbs over 80% of truck impact and shock to protect dock and building.
1 year warranty
Dock seal and bumper interact to totally seal the truck to the dock
Provides continuous protection for truck, cargo, dock/shelter from wind, snow, heat, rain, and pests
Custom lengths available
Four styles of mounting tabs provide a superior mount for a variety of uses
Tough plies of truck tires provide superior resistance to hipping or abrasion; unlike molded rubber, extruded rubber, conveyor belting or wood plank bumpers
Attractive deep black color stimulates a neat, professional look for your loading dock
Manufactured under pressure exceeding 1,500 lbs.
Anchor bolts are protected by at least 3” of rubber to prevent damage
Dock Bumper Specifications - Loading dock equipment.
Furnish and install extra-length laminated rubber dock bumpers as manufactured by Durable Corporation, Model No(s) ________. Resilient rubber material of bumpers shall be rubberized-fabric truck tires cut to uniform size pads either 4 1/2" x 10", 6" x 10", 4 1/2" x 12", or 6" x 12". Pads punched to receive 3/4" supporting rods.
All dock bumpers must be either 4 1/2" or 6" thick (projection from dock), and closed with two 3" x 3" x 1/4" structural angles under approximately 1,500 lbs of pressure. The angles are welded to 3/4" rods at one end and closed with threaded rod and nut at the other end.
The anchor leg of angle extends a minimum of 3" beyond the rubber surface at either end and contains two or three 13/16" anchor bolt holes as required. (Wedge Anchor bolts are supplied separately.)
Hot dipped galvanized offered. (extra charge for galvanized.)