The IWI 60-7238 tie again chain and anchor plate is product of scorching dipped galvanized metal to withstand corrosion and is appropriate for securing a wheel chock (bought individually) to a tough floor or construction. The chain is 15′ lengthy and made of three/16″ wire for energy. The anchor plate has a pre-drilled gap for a 3/8″ anchor bolt (bought individually).
Wheel chocks (additionally referred to as wheel immobilizers or chock blocks) are designed to assist stop automobiles from unintentionally rolling when parked, particularly on a grade. Primarily for the security of employees when a automobile is present process upkeep, or being loaded or unloaded, use of wheel chocks can even scale back property injury from accidents and loss from spillage throughout loading operations. Wheel chocks are sometimes wedge formed, and the dimensions required is determined by the burden of the automobile, the dimensions of the tires, the steepness of the grade, and the standard of the highway floor. Giant wheel chocks are often product of a sturdy materials with a excessive strength-to-weight ratio, and embrace handles or ropes to facilitate guide deployment. Occupational Security and Well being Administration (OSHA) and Mine Security and Well being Administration (MSHA), each businesses of the U.S. Division of Labor, require wheel chocks in a number of particular conditions (together with when parking on a grade and through loading operations).
IWI manufactures loading dock and materials dealing with equipment for the warehousing, freight and delivery, and manufacturing industries, amongst others. The corporate, based in 2004, is headquartered in Sparks, NV.
Tie again chain and anchor plate for securing a wheel chock (bought individually) to a tough floor or construction
Made from scorching dipped galvanized metal to withstand corrosion
Chain is made of three/16″ wire for energy
Anchor plate has pre-drilled gap for 3/8″ anchor bolt (bought individually)
Bought individually, really helpful to be used in pairs