CAMPISA offers a wide range of solutions for insulating loading bays, whether with insulating sectional doors (40 and 80mm thickness) or with its own patented hydraulic lifting system for CAMPISA FIDELITY doors.
Thanks to CAMPISA solutions for the insulation of loading bays and sectional doors, the saving comes from the reduction in heating costs during winter and air conditioning costs in summer, and the reduction in refrigeration costs in chilled and frozen cold stores and food warehouses.
Finally, further savings can be made with CAMPISA solutions for the management of loading bays with “traffic lights”, by implementing these management systems, the docking cycle of vehicles at loading bays is always under control, with sectional doors opening only when the vehicle is docked.
With good insulation of the loading bays and especially the doors, savings are made with the reduction in the cost of heating in winter, the reduction in the cost of air conditioning in summer, but furthermore, the reduction in the cost of refrigeration in chilled and frozen cold stores and food warehouses.
Another indirect saving derives from the management of loading bays permitted by “traffic lights”.
By implementing this system, the docking cycle of vehicles at loading bays is always under control, with the sectional doors opening only when the vehicle is docked at the bay.
CAMPISA also offers a range of dock shelters with different models according to specific needs:
- Retractable dock shelters:the most common and the most versatile. It protects well against the elements but has no insulating power.
- Cushion dock shelters: two vertical cushions and one horizontal upper cushion (fixed or adjustable in height) are the best insulation for frozen goods bays, because they insulate even the two spaces between the open rear doors and the sides of the truck, which remain uncovered with other types of dock shelters.
- Inflatable dock shelters: the best sealing system for trucks that have a rear sectional door that opens upwards. In the case of two hinged rear doors that open against the sides, they seal against the doors, leaving the areas between the doors and the sides of the truck uncovered. Rear hinged doors also have handles and latches that often hook the inflatable dock shelters and ruin it.