Protect vehicles, assets, and people by installing Wheel Stops in car parks. Simple, effective, and resilient to all kinds of weather, they will not fade, rot, or rust. Disability Blue options are available and required to adhere with Australian Standards. For a more heavy-duty option, Truck Stops are recommended for installation in situations where the main style of traffic consists of Courier Vans, right up to B-Doubles.
What Is A Wheel Stop?
A wheel stop, also known as a wheel stopper, parking kerb, or parking block, is a device used to physically block a vehicle from moving forward or backward beyond a certain point. Wheel stops are often used in public car parks to create a space for a single vehicle to park in, or to keep a vehicle from rolling into the next car space or pedestrian pavement.
Do Wheel Stops Comply With Australian Standards?
Compliance Wheel Stops are just that…compliant! They are designed to comply with Australian Standard AS/NZS 2890.1:2004. With sustainability in mind they have been manufactured from high-tech Linear Low-Density Polyethylene (LLDPE). These wheel stops are UV stabilised and will not rust, rot, or fade. Available in four colours; Safety Yellow, Disability Blue, Black and Concrete Grey.
When Would I Use A Truck Wheel Stop?
Distribution depots, factories, warehouses, logistics depots and other high traffic areas where large vehicles are used, such as Ambulance bays, all take advantage of the extra protection Truck Wheel Stops offer. Available in 90mm and extra heavy-duty 140mm thick steel, truck stops can take knocks and bumps form large vehicles and will safely protect the parking bay and surrounding area or buildings.