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crib fast step chocks

crib fast step chocks

CRIB FAST STEP CHOCKS are active cribbing products. The primary use of step chock is in vehicle stabilisation applications rescue, forklift and small machinery maintenance. Available in 3 sizes to suit small, medium and large stabilising applications. The tiered slanted step design is to provide maximum hold.

  • Available in small, medium and larger sizes
  • Tiered slanted step design
  • Sable wide base
  • Standard black or Hi-visibility yellow finish.
  • Resistant to oil and most chemicals
  • Will not splinter or rot
  • Non-conductive
  • Moulded handle for easy handling.
  • Made from 100% recycled plastic material
  • Tested under the guidance of AS1170.0
  • Operating Temperature range -40°C to +80°C

Product Details

Quick stabilisation of small sized vehicles and equipment

Code

Height

Width

Length

Weight

Colour

WLL @ 250C

Block Total WLL @ 250C

Technical Data Sheet

CFSC1B

270mm

150mm

620mm

1.3kg

Black

60.8kg/cm2

*2,600kg

TDS0201

CFSC1Y

270mm

150mm

620mm

6.8kg

Black

36.0kg/cm2

*1,500kg

TDS0202

Quick stabilisation of medium sized vehicles and equipment

Code

Height

Width

Length

Weight

Colour

WLL @ 250C

Block Total WLL @ 250C

Technical Data Sheet

CFSC2B

430mm

220mm

735mm

16.0kg

Black

60.8kg/cm2

*4,400kg

TDS0203

CFSC2Y

430mm

200mm

735mm

16.0kg

Yellow

36.0kg/cm2

*2,600kg

TDS0204

Quick stabilisation of large sized vehicles and equipment

Code

Height

Width

Length

Weight

Colour

WLL @ 250C

Block Total WLL @ 250C

Technical Data Sheet

CFSC3B

560mm

275mm

795mm

30.0kg

Black

60.8kg/cm2

*6,500kg

TDS0205

CFSC3Y

560mm

275mm

795mm

30.0kg

Yellow

60.8kg/cm2

*3,800kg

TDS0206

Block total Working Load Limit (WLL) is based on a full press load evenly distributed across the bottom step chock and the top step being utilised.

Warning: Always perform your own risk assessment before using this product. Always know the weight of the equipment or machine being supported. Consult your equipment and machinery manufacturer manual and guidelines for recommended blocking and lifting points. Never exceed the maximum WLL of the cribbing blocks or cribs. Under no circumstances does the WLL mentioned above take into consideration point loading or uneven weight distribution of the supported load. Copies of Technical Data Sheets and the Technical Operating Manual for Composite Cribbing can be obtained from the resource page of this web site, emailing  info@cribandmatco.com.au or calling 02 9674 7428.

 

 

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