Don’t let Trailer Creep affect your loading docks. Keep your docks safe and secure with truck restraint solutions from Miner®.
equipment we serve
- Truck Restraints
- Light Communication Systems
- Master Control Panels
- Custom-designed service programs
- New equipment installations
- Same-day emergency repairs
- Proactive planned maintenance
- Repair/replace asset management
- Food-grade facility inspections
- Safety inspections
- Trailers that creep away from the docks
- Vehicle restraints that aren’t working
- Restraint lights that aren’t functional
- Restraints getting hit by trucks
- Our certified service specialists help keep your equipment up and running, operating safely while reducing your total cost of ownership
- We service all brands and have the critical parts you need
- We offer our Miner Academy resources for training and best practices for your employees
- We assist in OEM equipment assessments for total cost of ownership and operational performance
- Nationwide coverage with local service means help is always available
Truck Restraints keep trailers secured via the ICC bar. They can be operated manually or via push button systems. Both systems are designed to keep the trailer secured to the loading dock, assuring that personnel can safely enter for loading and unloading.
Push-Button units are easy to operate and can work with exterior light communications and other Facility Automation systems. When installed with a Master Control Panel, these units can operate in sequence with doors, dock levelers, and communication lights to ensure all equipment is engaged before personnel enters the trailer.
Manual Restraints are engaged by dock personnel. Although they cannot integrate with dock automation systems, they can still work with optional communication lights or audible alarms to indicate proper engagement.
Light Communication Systems
Light Communication Systems work with both Push-Button and Manually operated restraints. These systems communicate to both interior and exterior personnel when the restraint is engaged. This lets personnel inside the building know when the trailer is safe to enter and drivers outside the building know when they are cleared to pull the trailer away from the dock.
Master Control Panel
Master Control Units provide a central location to control all the equipment at a dock position. The leveler, truck restraints, communication lights, and other equipment can be tied together and monitored via facility management software. Safety protocol and operation order can be programmed into these units, enforcing equipment stay engaged while personnel load the trailer.