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  1. SWAT - Secondary Warning Alert Technology
    The S.W.A.T. is a first-of-its-kind product for the material handling industry. It adds an extra layer of protection to your operation by visually alerting dock workers that caution should be used at the loading dock. - NEW, easy 2-wire control system connects directly to alarm or warning circuit - Flashes docklights when restraint enters warning mode - Recommended docklights include: G-Flex LED™, High Impact LED™, E-Savers, and FT Ultra LED™ - Flash rate 60 fpm - LED status light to indicate receptacle output status
    $275.00
  2. Rubber Wheel Chocks
    Molded rubber wheel chock is the most economical way to secure truck to dock and prevent drive-off before dock equipment is removed from trailer. Ensure the safety of the truck drivers and dock workers by securing wheel chocks in place after a delivery arrives.

    Wedge shaped truck wheel chock conforms to tire surface and prevents equipment from rolling. Eyebolt on side of chock serves a dual purpose: chain the chock to the dock or easily carry it.

    This wheel chock meets OSHA requirements. Made from fiber re-enforced rubber with nylon, our solid rubber wheel chock will work in any weather condition.
    $40.00
  3. Galvanized Steel Wheel Chocks
    Secure trucks to your dock and prevent drive-off before dock equipment is removed from trailer. Ensure the safety of the truck drivers and dock workers by securing wheel chocks in place after a delivery arrives.

    Wedge shaped truck wheel chock conforms to tire surface and prevents equipment from rolling. Eyebolt on side of chock serves a dual purpose: chain the chock to the dock or easily carry it.

    • Extruded galvanized steel surface features gripping teeth on the chock's underside
    • Chocks block tires for rescue and fire vehicles, trailer trucks and other heavy equipment.
    • Meets regulations per OSHA 1910.178.
    $75.00
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