Industrial Warehouse Dock Lights & Safety Lights
Loading Dock Supply, LLC
Industrial Dock Light Supply is dedicated to providing a wide variety of warehouse dock lights arms, heads, and signals for use in and around industrial applications. Industrial dock Light supply's Loading Dock lights are offered in an assortment of light head styles and arm lengths, whether assembled or unassembled, we work to to suit your needs. We also offer a wide assortment of warning lights which are flashing, rotating and strobe in addition to warning devices such as back-up alarms and sirens. Often found on fork lifts, emergency vehicles, buildings, and entertainment venues Loading Dock products are truly versatile in their application.
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Industrial Stop and Go Lights, Traffic Lights, warehouse signals, and Stop Lights can be ordered in a variety of configurations and housing colors. Increasing safety on your dock through effective communication signals truck drivers and fork lift operators interact more efficiently. Upgrade your exisisting units to LED lenses and receive the added bonus of a three year lens warranty and lower maintenance costs associated with older modeled Incandescent traffic lights.
An industrial dock light arm comes in many different styles and designs to suit a wide vareity of dock lighting applications. Whether that is to resist impacts, reach around shelving, or pivot to illuminate hard to reach places our dock lights will resolve most any complication
The HD LED dock Light head uses up to 97% less energy than the traditional 300 Watt Incalescent Light Head, Coupled with a durable cast aluminum housing the Heavy Duty LED Dock Light Is suitable for most any situation. Rated for use in wet, cold, and hot environs the HDLED dock light will suit most applications. Units are expected to deliver more than 90% lumen maintenance for over 10 years in typical applications and environments. That’s usually more than a 60,000 hour life expectancy.