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Wheel stop and its types – Biri Trading UK

There's a parking lot and you don't know what a wheel stop is? Have a question about your tire suspension and want an expert answer? This article explains all the information to help you understand how wheel chocks can make street parking, overnight parking and other parking spaces safer for everyone.

Wheel chocks go by many names, including bumpers, parking blocks, and curbs. The main role of parking blocks is to prevent collisions and collisions between vehicles and other objects in the parking lot. A wheel stop acts as a barrier between two stationary vehicles or between a wall/other object and the vehicle. Let's take a look at the different types of wheel stops and other features of this motion control and motion control tool.

Different types of wheel brakes

There are different types of bus stops such as material, size and manufacturer. Taking into account the material of the parking curb, these tools can be divided into the following types: metal wheel stop

They are mainly made of steel.

The sturdy and robust construction is ideal for traffic safety management in public car parks, paid car parks, guest car parks or disabled garages. recycled plastic wheel plugs

This type of traffic controller is made of plastic, usually PVC. It is both durable and flexible. You can park in handicap parking, handicap parking, valet parking or reserved parking.

Stop the wooden wheel

round wooden plugs are durable but require maintenance. To protect them, you need to apply a layer of varnish every 2-3 years. Otherwise, you will rot quickly.

Concrete wheel stop

Concrete is a very hard material. Also, these wheel stops are only available in grey. However, you can color it later as needed. This parking block will damage your vehicle as it passes motorbikes, cars, buses, ambulances or large vehicles. This damage is caused by the lack of elasticity of the concrete. rubber wheel stopper

This rubber parking curb is flexible yet very durable. Rubber garage tire stops absorb shock and prevent tire damage. When comparing concrete and rubber parking lots, concrete is considered better for high-traffic public parking lots and rubber is considered better for low-traffic parking lots.