TOPTREE | What Exactly Does The Laser Light Do In Industrial Area?
Dock laser guidance light is the first plug and play industrial laser line striping system with broad application within an Industrial environment. Dock laser guidance light projects a line of light that can help bring a docking truck into safe harbor if it properly deployed. Internal docking lines are made visible during the day providing an easy to see pathway when coming in from a bright environment where a taped or painted line can be difficult to identify. Dock laser guidance light is not designed to compete with full daylight conditions, or partially illuminated sunlit floor areas indoors.
When a single Dock laser guidance light is mounted exteriorly above the dock on the driver’s side, the Dock laser guidance light can draw an adjustable length of line on the docking concourse to assist in precision dusk till dawn docking. Originally intended for use in northern facilities where outdoor lines are often covered with snow, ice or other obstructions, the Dock laser guidance light paints a bright Green or Red Line that can’t be covered up, torn up, or difficult to see in dimly lit environments. Simply put, Dock laser guidance light creates the line of light that brings a docking truck into safe harbor. Internal docking lines are made visible during the day providing an easy to see pathway when coming in from a bright environment where a taped or painted line can be difficult to identify.
When mounted overhead within a manufacturing or warehouse facility, the Dock laser guidance light can effectively draw lines on the floor to create pedestrian walkways or designate areas that are off limits to pedestrian or forklift traffic.
An application which is gaining in popularity is the creation of safe zones on the ground underneath a moving overhead track crane. In this instance the Dock laser guidance light are mounted on the Crane Bridge and parallel the movement of the load providing a brightly moving safety barrier. In fact, new Industrial application of our system of Laser Line projection are constantly being suggested and evaluated; in some instances to simply replace tape and paint, and in others, to provide unique solutions requiring dynamic light based platforms.