Combidock 630

The Crawford 630 combidock is a dock leveller specially designed for applications where vehicles with large variations in size and disign use the same bay for loading and unloading. The Crawford 630 combidock eliminates the need for different ramp heights and thereby reduces the building costs.

It is advisable to equip frequent loading areas with at least one Crawford 630 combidock so that vehicles of all sizes can be efficiently handled.

Lorry or van – just turn the switch!
Simply set the selection switch and the relevant automation program is started. When set on “Small Vans”, leveler lip side tongues are retracted and the width is reduced to 1000 mm. At the same time, the down-force of the leveller platform is reduced by the unique hydraulic system. Just use the selector switch for return to standard lorry performance.

Ergonomics and reduced wear and tear
The telescopic lip is supplied in high-stability aluminium alloy. The design is extremely flat, resulting in smooth passages between leveler and truck bed giving ergonomic as well as economical advantages due to reduced chock loads for people and less wear and tear on the handling equipment.

The Crawford 630 combidock copes with all user demands, and complies with the rules and regulations of the European EN 1398 standard.


Technical data  
Nominal length 3000 mm
Nominal width 2000 mm
Load capacity Lorries 6 tonnes (60 kN)
Vans 2 tonnes (20 kN)
Vertical working range
Rise above dock
Fall below dock

450 mm
550 mm
Platform tear-plate thickness
with platform reinforcements
8/10 mm
Coating RAL 5010,
Hot dip galvanised
Lip material & length Aluminium, 500 mm
Power 400V, 3-phase
Motor 1,5 kW
Control unit Standard truck /
City van mode
Impulse auto button
Door operation optional
European standard EN 1398 Dock levellers
Request a quote Our sales specialist is at your disposal. Please contact us using the contact information below. Adrian Stoicescu Director operatiuni Bucuresti
+ 40 451 256 213
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