What is the classification and use of the boarding bridges


Classification of boarding bridges: boarding bridges are divided into: fixed boarding bridges, mobile boarding bridges, pneumatic boarding bridges, mechanical boarding bridges, simple boarding bridges, etc.




Advanced low-pressure lifting system to complete the air tower lifting, smooth and safe operation. Excellent performance cylindrical air tower can resist puncture and wear, long service life. Motors and blowers are mounted above ground, away from trash and debris. All electrical components, wiring and accessories meet UL standards. Low maintenance requirements.




Unique balancing system ensures a smooth and consistent downward pressure process. Heavy-duty ramp controls include a nine-tooth rotating gourd and the industry’s most reliable ratchet positioning system. Can work in the event of a power failure. Maintenance requirements are relatively high.




Suitable for built-up platforms without pre-designed pits. Easy to operate and ergonomically efficient. High strength carbon steel ramps and extension plates. Both mechanical and hydraulic operation, mechanical type can be upgraded to hydraulic type. No storage required, saving time and space.


Mobile boarding bridge uses:


A typical modern pallet cargo handling platform consists of a raised loading dock, a height adjustment plate that acts as a pontoon connecting the dock to the transport vehicle and a forklift or hand truck to move the cargo in and out of the transport vehicle.


The height of the loading and unloading platform is fixed, but the height of the compartments to and from the transport car varies, and a certain height difference or gap is always formed between the transport vehicle and the loading and unloading platform. Cause handling forklift can not enter and exit the transport vehicle directly loading and unloading goods.


The use of fixed dock provides a reliable connection. So that the forklift can safely and quickly enter and exit the transport vehicle for loading and unloading operations. Mainly used in logistics, post and telecommunications, transportation, electric power, industrial and mining, enterprises and other loading and unloading of goods.

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