Aircraft Wheel Chocks Buy Online

Aircraft Wheel Chocks Buy Online

Buy online Aircraft Wheel Chocks

Aircraft wheel chocks buy online from our online store UK Airport Handling

Aircraft wheel Chocks

We have aircraft wheel chocks available to buy online for all types of aircraft and helicopters.

Our extensive range of aircraft chocks are available in rubber and polyurethane.

Our rubber aircraft wheel chocks are supplied with rope and reflective tape.

 

Rubber Aircraft Wheel Chocks

Aircraft Wheel Chocks

Aircraft Wheel Chocks

The rubber chocks come different heights and lengths our 8” high by 12”long chocks are ideal for wide bodied jets whilst the 6” high chocks come in various lengths and can be used for small regional aircraft up to B757 and A321

 

Polymer Aircraft Wheel chocks

Polymer Aircraft Wheel Chock

Polymer Aircraft Wheel Chock

Our range of polymer aircraft wheel chocks are all of a standard height and width 160mm x 185mm and come in a selection of lengths 250mm, 365mm, 390mm, 500mm, 600mm, 800mm, 1,000mm

This range of sizes covers all aircraft types and sizes of aircraft.

The polymer aircraft wheel chocks can be supplied with standard our reflective rope

There is an option to have a company logo and name laser engraved into the polymer aircraft wheel chocks.

The aircraft wheel chocks can also be produced to a specific RAL colour making the chocks very distinguishable for ease of use on a busy airport

Polymer aircraft wheel chock with logo

Polymer aircraft wheel chock with logo

 

The aircraft wheels chocks are made of polyurethane that have a high load–bearing capacity, good physical –chemical properties and the capacity to retain those during all the weather condition.

High load-bearing capacity and resistant to deformation. Excellent grip on asphalt and wet or dry concrete and ability to retain its physical properties during all weather condition due to no slip polyurethane.

Good tensile strength and elongation and ability to retain these properties in a wide range of climatic condition-40°C + 80°C.

High resistance to oils, fuels, chemicals–both corrosive and abrasive.