- Heavy-duty chocks are salt, oil and sun-resistant
- Not harmful to tyres if run over
- Designed for any size vehicle.
Our heavy-duty wheel chocks are designed to secure trucks for safe loading and unloading. Manufactured to fit any size vehicle, they are available in two dimensions: 147mm x 254mm x 208mm, or 191mm x 178mm x 241mm.
These durable chocks grip the tyres, using downward pressure to lock the tyres, making it safe to load or unload the vehicle without any danger that it will move. The heavy-duty material will resist oil, salt and sun, ensuring the chocks are long lasting and will not deteriorate.
If you accidentally run over one of the chocks, there is no danger it will harm your tyres. The back contains a recessed eyebolt that allows for a chain attachment.
There are two types of chock, a double-sided option that is suitable for trailers, over-the-road lorries and high-volume loading facilities, and a single-sided option that can be used with any size of vehicle. They are available in a choice of black or yellow and each weighs 5kg.
Wheel chocks are vital for preventing stationary vehicles from moving or shifting when not in use. They can help prevent accidents on site and will enhance employee safety. As long as the wheel chocks are properly secured, they will keep trucks and other vehicles from moving, especially when they are parked on a slope.
When vehicles are parked on level ground, place the chocks on both sides of tyres. For downhill grades, place the chocks on the front side of the tyres and for uphill grades, place the chocks on the outside of the rear tyres.
We have many items for sale in our vehicle safety range, including plastic wheel chocks and holders to satisfy truck and loading bay requirements. These tough holders have retaining clips, enabling them to be wall or vehicle-mounted.
We also stock weatherproof parking blocks for controlled, safe parking. They ensure that drivers don't park their vehicles in the wrong space, creating hazards for other road users. These are quick and easy to set up, using fixing bolts that are suitable for concrete and tarmac for a simple installation process.