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Warehouses and other industrial lease and rent, with details and ideas for full listing.

Docks and Doors

This Dictionary describes the type of dock (loading or grade-level), the respective doors, and the number of docks / doors. The Grade-level Docks have different type of ramps, and the Loading Docks have different types of Dock Levelers.

These are usually maintained / repaired / replaced / upgraded by the property owner. There might be equipment included which is certified to be used with the Dock and / or the Ramps (such as Fork Lift).

Except the Edge of Dock Levelers, the Dock Levelers are installed in a “pit”, with a mechanical or hydraulic-assisted “lip” to cover the gap between the trailer and the dock. The Edge of Dock levers are installed on the outer wall of the dock, the entire leveler is a “lip” and there is no “pit”.

Loading Dock Doors

There are two different types: They have rails, sensors and limit switches

Sectional Doors

They might be powered

Rolling Doors

They are powered

Loading Dock Bumper

Uline has a “MODEL NO” for this, with a “Concrete Installation Kit” sold separately.

Loading Dock Levelers

There are a number of categories by the operating energy type:

Mechanical Dock Levelers

These are counter-balanced with spring action.

  • Mechanical jam / wear, Service Call
Air-powered Dock Levelers

Air via a line from the in-plant compressor.

  • Break in the line creates Out of Service, Repair Call
  • Loss of electricity creates Out of Service, Repair Call
Hydraulic Dock Levelers

A mounted local system with pressure supplied by an electric pump.

  • Break in the line creates oil spill, Out of Service, Repair Call
  • Loss of electricity is Out of Service, Repair Call

There are a number of categories by the installation / placement type:

Vertical Dock Levelers

These are usually Mechanical

Edge of Dock Levelers

These are Air-Powered, or maybe Hydraulic

Service Call

Fabrik List ID: BMXX9DOCK9Z
This is the data-set specific to the technology affected. A Bathroom Sink being Out of Service is very different from a Hydraulic Dock Leveler being Out of Service.

  • LID - List ID, to connect records.
  • BMI - Building Master ID - the PlusCode of the building
  • INI - Note to Service Provider about the details

Reserves a record with a LID set to UUID by the trigger:

CREATE TRIGGER `bmxx9dock9z_create_lid` BEFORE INSERT ON `bmxx9dock9z`
    SET new.lid = uuid();


Acknowledge List. This is usually filled out by the service provider as a response to a Service Call.

  • CID - Class ID (Loading Dock or Grade-level Dock).
  • DES - Number or Letter Destination (DOCK #1)
  • DGN - Diagnosis of issue such as Blocked, Worn, Broken
  • DUR - Estimated Hours to complete - this is not an ETA
  • NTR - Note to Requester, about acknowledgment
  • CSA - Current Status, including waiting for approval


Request Service Call. This should have the following properties:

  • ETA - Desired ETA, and this is not a schedule
  • NTP - Note to Provider
  • CSB - Current status, including waiting for response


Service Call Scheduled. This should have the following properties:

  • CSD - Scheduled Service Date by Service Provider
  • HRS - Start of service such as 10:00 AM
  • HRE - End of Service such as 4:00 PM
  • USD - This is the estimated cost in USD for the service call in dollars, no cents.


Service Call Concluded: This should have the following properties:

  • RES - If the activity concluded with SUCCESS or FAILURE
  • ACT - Actual Duration in hours
  • COS - Actual, billed cost in USD, with cents rounded UP
  • HDR - A short, carefully constructed description of the issue
  • TXT - A fully detailed, verbose discussion of the issue

Repair Call

This is when the equipment is Out of Service, including when the equipment is still operating - but it is placed Out of Service for Personal Safety or prevent Damage to the equipment.


Parts Replaced List: This should have the following properties:

  • MFG - Manufacturer
  • MFM - Manufacturer's Model, Sub-model and other Specification
  • MFS - Manufacturer's Serial Number
  • CNT - Replaced in pairs or in large numbers (all fuses)
  • OLD - Old part is CORE, JUNK or SOLD
  • ESL - Estimated service length in Months
  • EOS - Estimated end of support by manufacturer Date
  • MXT - Maximum Temperature Rating
  • MXE - ESD Level
  • MXM - Moisture Sensitivity Level
  • MXV - Maximum Voltage
  • MXC - Maximum Current
  • MXP - Maximum Internal Pressure
  • MXG - Maximum G-Force
  • MXW - Maximum Weight (external pressure)
  • CAS - Main cause of Service Failure
  • TID - Tab ID, to separate by Department, by Service Plan, by Condition
  • VLD - Record Status, such as VALID, DELETED or ARCHIVED

This is a template for all replacement parts. The records with zero (0) for TID are the 'master' records, and the repair list is created by changing the 0 to another integer and “Save as Copy”.

Data Audit

This is not a Regulatory, Business or other: this is Technical, Administrative, Development Audit.

  • HDR - Reading the List created in BMXX9DOCK9D
  • SAL - List of Services Affected
  • GRD - Grade of Accuracy, Details, Relevance, etc..
  • AUD - Text in free-form, up to 64K




This means that the broken part (such as a motor) is exchanged for a rebuilt one.


This means that the broken part must be saved to be sold or another way accounted.


The part must be recycled / removed as garbage.


This should be a number, and a single option for the Unit of Measurement. For a tire:

VALUE: 75000
() Hours
(X) Miles
() Turns

Use this to connect these records to your internal, confidential, business database. This cannot be a simple integer - it must be something complex such as a UUID - unique across time and space.

This does not assume you currently HAVE a database - it means that when you are ready to move away from FourOh-LLC you are going to take these records with you.

This is the ONLY record identifying you on the FourOh-LLC network - not your “business name” as that may change, or might not even be real, or your Login ID as that may also change.

So make sure you have a 100% reliable way to generate, update and keep those UUIDs - or you are going to lose your records here! Use one (1) to group records, and keep a list of all UUIDs used.


Main cause of Service Failure could be anything - such as material fatigue, improper use, theft, substituted part, installation error, etc.. These may also be encoded.


The Tab ID maybe used to create many Lists. For example:

  • TID-B1: Equipment in Building 1.
  • TID-B2: Equipment in Building 2
  • TID-2: 220 VAC
  • TID-3: 380 VAC
  • TID-4: 220 VAC Monthly Maintenance Plan
  • TID-5: 220 VAC Weekly Maintenance
  • TID-B1-3: 380 VAC in Building 1
  • TID-B1-5: 220 VAC in Building 1, On Weekly Maintenance

So one equipment with greater importance or higher load maybe put on weekly maintenance schedule, by creating a separate template (LID = 0) but different TID from all the others with Monthly Maintenance.


The Dock might be shared between separate companies, so access must be scheduled. One Company might not have access to it at all. The Dock might be blocked by debris, snow, or a broken down trailer.

current/building_master.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/02 08:08 by wikiadmin