Wheel Chocks

Wheel chocks (or chocks) are wedges of sturdy material placed behind a vehicle's wheels to prevent accidental movement. Chocks are placed for safety in addition to setting the brakes. The bottom surface is sometimes coated in rubber to enhance grip with the ground. For ease of removal, a rope may be tied to the chock or a set of two chocks. One edge of the wedge has a concave profile to contour to the wheel and increase the force necessary to overrun the chock. Most commonly, chocks are seen on aircraft and train cars.

Natural Rubber Compound 
Made to fit any size

West Lancs Rubber & Plastics Ltd
Unit 20 Rainford Industrial Estate
Rainford
Merseyside
WA11 8LS

 

Tel: 01744 885658
Fax 01744 417503

WRAPS Ltd

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