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30T Wheel Chock on Handle

$196.35 (incl. tax)

Our 30-tonne wheel chock on handle is ideal for stopping vehicles from moving whilst not in use. Ideal for transport companies, mine sites and caravans.

Includes one 30-T Wheel Chock on a handle.

Available on backorder

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Wombat Wheel Chocks

Our 30-tonne wheel chock on handle is ideal for stopping vehicles from moving whilst not in use. Ideal for transport companies, mine sites and caravans.

Our Wombat Wheel Chocks are made from tough urethane construction yet still lightweight and portable. Wheel chocks are essential in keeping both man and machine safe on mine sites. Wheel chocks are a compulsory backup means of immobilising equipment when parking during maintenance or breakdowns.

The 30T Wheel Chock

  • This wheel chock can stop 30 tonnes (depending on gradient and wheel size)
  • Suits a tyre dimension of 890mm
  • Strong, safe and lightweight
  • It is ideal for securing light vehicles, small trucks and large mining equipment
  • Tough urethane construction
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Weather resistant
  • Oil, fuel, chemical and solvents resistant
  • Recessed handle for ease of carrying

The Handle

  • Lightweight yet robust
  • Ideal for heavy vehicles on Mine sites
  • Fits well with all types of heavy mining vehicle tyres
  • Travels well on the back of trays, the handle can slot into headboard holes easily
  • The rugged bottom of chocks provides extra grip
  • The powder coat orange finish makes the unit easily visible.

What size Wheel Chock should I use?

The height of the wheel chock should be 25% of the height of your wheel and fit snugly against your tyre. For example, a wheel 600mm high, would require a wheel chock of 150mm.
When parking on a gradient it is recommended that at least two wheel chocks are used.
The majority of mine sites in Australia require all vehicles to always use wheel chocks.

We recommend using the 5T wheel chock for light vehicles only. The 30T and 60T are recommended for heavy vehicles.