Introducing the new RHR-4000 Dok-Lok Vehicle Restraint
Watch our video to see how the RHR-4000 helps prevent all types of trailer separation.
A proven innovation that truly delivers the highest level of safety.
Rite-Hite pioneered the vehicle restraint industry by introducing the Dok-Lok® in 1980. Rite-Hite has continued to evolve Dok-Lok restraints to meet the changes and challenges of the industry, including trailer design, loading dock design and regulatory compliance.
Rite-Hite Dok-Loks, also referred to as truck restraints, trailer restraints or dock locks, are known world-wide for:
Dok-Lok vehicle restraints are designed to provide the highest level of safety based on your application. Dok-Loks are the only restraints in the industry that provide full-time communication of the locking status to the forklift driver.
Safety solutions to meet your needs
Rite-Vu Light Communication System
Clear, constant communication at the loading dock is as important as the physical restraint. The exclusive Rite-Vu Light Communication System provides immediate Dok-Lok status-at-a-glance to the forklift operator when entering and exiting the trailer.
Stabilizing Trailer Restraint (STR-4100)
Stabilizing Trailer Restraint helps prevent vertical and horizontal movement of the trailer and provides a smooth transition between the loading dock floor and the trailer bed, while also engaging the trailer's rear impact guard (RIG, or ICC bar).
Vertical Barrier Restraints (VBR-600 and VBR-300)
Rite-Hite vertical barrier restraints provide protection against the basic forms of trailer separation with solid, dependable upward pressure on the RIG.
Wheel-Lok Restraints (GWL-2300 and MWL-1300)
Rite-Hite wheel-based restraints service virtually any trailer type - hydraulic lift gates, drop frames, low hanging fenders, with or without rear impact guards.
Smooth Transition Dok System
The Smooth Transition Dok System by Rite Hite, consisting of a Smooth Transition Leveler and the STR-4100 Dok-Lok® Vehicle Restraint, provides the smoothest path between your loading dock floor and the trailer.