Dock-Safe Manual Boom Gate
The Dock-Safe Boom Gate is designed as a safety barrier for raised loading docks and elevated areas to prevent fall accidents off the ledge. It is recommended to have the boom locked in the down position while the loading area is vacant and not in use. When the area is in operation, the boom can be easily released and lifted by one person with support from the adjustable spring assisted lifting mechanism.
- Helps prevent elevated loading dock accidents.
- Adjustable spring assisted lifting.
- Vertical lift requires very small footprint.
- Gate bollards protect sensitive roller door tracks.
- Standard 4.5 metre rail can be cut to any length.
- Aluminium rail includes hi-vis reflective panel.
- Kit includes gate post, boom and receiver post.
All items displayed on this website are subject to availability.
We ship anywhere in Australia. When you place an order, Safetyline automatically calculates the shipping cost based on the total weight and delivery location specified in the checkout process, and displays the shipping cost prior to order completion.
We endeavour to dispatch goods within one business day of your order and payment being received. If any product is out of stock or backordered we will notify you after your order has been made with the option to cancel, or otherwise to keep you fully informed of the estimated delivery date.
In our experience delivery times from the date of dispatch are approximately as follows:
- 1 business day for deliveries to Melbourne and metro VIC;
- 3-5 business days for deliveries to NSW, ACT, SA, QLD and regional VIC;
- 5-7 business days for delivery to TAS and metro WA; and
- 7-10 business days for delivery to metro NT.
Please note that deliveries to remote or non-standard shipping zones may exceed the above estimates, and allow extra delivery time for large, heavy or oversized shipments.
Please note that due to the high volume of daily shipments, we cannot trace a shipment until the above time frames have elapsed. This includes orders that may have been split into multiple deliveries by the freight operator.