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LASER GUIDE FOR LOADING DOCKS

Point to Success.

A distinct laser line helps drivers to back their trucks up to the loading dock. This speeds up the work improves work safety and reduces the risk of accidents. A laser is a cost-effective alternative to painted road-surface markings that are not visible in the dark, and get buried under the snow during the winter months. Lasers are also suitable for other loading-related tasks, such as marking lift zones and pallet areas.
 
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Frequently asked questions

What is the length of the laser line? Is the laser line equally bright throughout? Is the laser beam eye-safe for loading dock workers? Read answers to these and many more questions from our blog. 

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Laser guide for loading docks

Laser is easy to install to loading docks and align to the driving direction.
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Line laser
Ø 25 mm

Installation height: 4,5 meters at minimum

Wavelenght:

520 nm (green)

 Optics opening angle: 60°
Laser class: 3B

Ingress protection: IP67

Includes: a laser and an isolated mounting bracket with 3-axis adjustment

Accessories: The power supply with 1-, 2- or 6-output and weather cover (if needed)

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Line laser
Ø 25 mm

Installation height: 3 meters at minimum

Wavelenght:

520 nm (green)

 Optics opening angle: 75°
Laser class: 3R

Ingress protection: IP67

Includes: a laser and an isolated mounting bracket with 3-axis adjustment

Accessories: The power supply with 1-, 2- or 6-output and weather cover (if needed)