Doleco LayerLok systems are maximizing the payload capacities of dry vans, reefers and shipping containers by establishing a second layer within the spaces.
The LayerLok XP and AF are engineered for dry vans and reefers, while the SC units are designed for shipping containers.
Most of the double-decking systems used over the past three decades are based on aircraft seating track, but Doleco says such tracks were never designed for repetitive sliding or to carry vertical loads. This means the traditional systems can deform and fail with time, it adds.
The LayerLok XP features a machined aluminum track with beveled teeth rather than holes or slots, while the system’s steel head assembly and beam adjustment tool glide within the recessed slots. It can also be configured with interconnecting horizontal tracks that allow decking beams to switch from vertical to horizontal travel.
The system’s counterpart, the AF, has tracks and decking beams that can be interchanged with competing systems. And the LayerLok SC used in 20- and 40-foot shipping containers feature steel tracks that can be welded in place within the container body.
The purpose-made LayerLok can be stowed at ceiling height when not being used.
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