TB610-18SF Steel-Faced Bumpers
TB610-18SF – Thickness: 6” Height: 10” Length: 18” SN#: 22-6100, 22-6101, 22-6102
The TB610-18SF is a quality laminated rubber bumper but incased with an even tougher steel plate face. Importantly, steel-faced dock bumpers reduce friction while absorbing impact force by up to 70%. This means they can handle your deliveries and heavy loads.
Do you have trucks with air-ride trailers and loading dock equipment like dock levelers? Do you notice pitting or tearing in your existing rubber bumpers? Steel-faced dock bumpers like the TB610-18SFwill not break down under everyday contact and stressors. They are designed to absorb impact while reducing and handling friction too. This makes them perfect for docks that have up and down movement from common equipment. The TB610-18SF is a high-quality Ideal Warehouse (IWI) dock bumper.
Mounting and Installation
Three mounting options are available: steel angles for most applications, equipped with 1/4″ steel angles on both sides, bumpers with flat plates (welded installations) or a combination of a steel angle on one side and flat plate on the other. See below:
Standard – Steel Angles on Both Sides (bolted Installation) SN#22-6100
P1- Plate on one side / angle on the other (welded and bolted installation) SN#22-6101
P2- Plates on both sides (welded Installation) SN#22-6102
Make mounting and hardware selection for TB610-18SF above. (We provide welding plates or concrete wedge anchors for mounting to concrete surfaces.)
- Eliminates costly repairs from severe shock to loading docks.
- 5-year full replacement warranty
- Absorbs up to 70% of impact force.
- Impact absorbing bumper with a steel face to reduce friction.
- Provides protection against vehicle damage to docks, buildings and cargo.
- Manufactured from 80% recycled material – a green product.
- TB610-18SF is a Ideal Warehouse Innovations (IWI) product.
Uses and Applications for Steel Face Dock Bumpers
TB610-18SF steel-face bumpers protect against friction.
Best for use in loading docks with air-ride trailers or dock equipment cause up and down movement