3. Y1_____ Y2_____ Y3_____
Y4_____ Y5_____ Y6_____ Y7_____ Y8_____ Y9_____ Y10_____
Provide a minimum of one Y dimension measurement,
from the top of the rail to the top of the dock utilizing a line
level and string, for each dockboard location.
4._____________ Identify the narrowest car door to be encountered
at this site (range from 6'-20').
5.____________ Will cargo loading/unloading practices prevent a
minimum of 8" of railboard lip from resting on the
floor? If yes, explain:
6.____________ Are there
any modifications to the car door or car floor (any projections)?
If yes, explain:
7.____________ Is the
face of the dock square? If no, explain:
any dock projections within 10" of the top of the dock surface.
width of the narrowest opening that the dockboard must pass through.
the types of equipment / attachments used to travel across the railboard.
the load capacity of the equipment used for this application.
desired dockboard width. The dockboard should be 2 to 4 inches less
than the minimum
door width encountered at this site.
desired dockboard flare width. Flare, if desired, provides a dockside
lip of greater width
than the carside lip. X dimensions less than 48"
can prevent flare.
the customer prefer Lift Chains or Lift Loops? (Consider Forklift