Polyurethane Wheel Chocks WTD-WHC002P
Wontide Polyurethane Wheel Chocks can be used for preventing accidental movement of trucks, trailers, and other wheeled vehicles. It is made of molded urethane for durability and resistance to shock, abrasion, oils, solvents, with less weight than metal chocks. The chock has a textured, curved contact surface to prevent slipping, and a molded handle to aid in positioning and removal.
Wheel Chocks are often placed against the front and rear side of the vehicle’s wheels to prevent accidental backward movement but may also be used to block forward movement. They are a supplementary hazard control used in addition to the vehicle’s normal braking system, which may be insufficient to completely halt the movement of large vehicles. The side of the chock that faces the wheel has a convex or similar shape designed to increase the force necessary for the vehicle to run over it.
If you’re going to be using your chocks mainly outdoors, polyurethane wheel chocks are able to better resist weather and abrasions. Urethane wheel chocks are also more resistant to oils, fuels, and lubricants.
Polyurethan Wheel Chocks are an important and mandatory hazard control in many industries in which wheeled vehicles are present. They are deployed in any situation where a vehicle is subjected to a large enough degree of force to cause the vehicle to shift.Molded urethane for durability and resistance to shock, abrasion, oils, and solvents, with less weight than metal chocks
Wontide Wheel Chocks including many kinds of materials:
- Polyurethane Wheel Chocks – High visibility. Resists oils and chemicals.
- Rubber Wheel Chocks – Rugged. Safe, secure grip.
- Aluminum Wheel Chocks – Lightweight, durable. Cleats anchor to surfaces. Recommended for ice and cold weather.
- Metal Wheel Chocks – Heavyweight.Will not move easily.
- Laminated Rubber Wheel Chocks – The "ultimate." Will not slip or creep. Heavier, thicker, solid.
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