Mark II Ice Chock Orange

Instant grip on ice and snow for Our large aircraft chock Length: 0.3 m (12”)

  • Instant super grip on ice and snow.
  • Unique construction! The wheel pressure makes the chock tilt and the steel pattern plate grips into the ice.
  • This gives an instant super grip and more safety.
  • The extension handle  gives leverage for easy removal of the Mark II ice Chock
  • Easy to put in place – easy to remove, even under high wheel pressure.

Place order Price: From 70 Euros excl. VAT

Specifications

Weight

Low weight, only 2.5 kg (5 lb.) compared with 7-8 kg (16 lb.) for today’s rubber chocks. 

Size

Length: 0.3 m (12”), width: 0.17 m (7”), height: 0.15 m (6”)

Safety

Tests has shown that the Mark II Chock takes more wheel force than conventional rubber blocks. Due to the fact that the Mark II Chock doesn’t roll under the wheel because of the flexibility of the materiel and its unique shape. Day and night reflectors serving as a reminder to remove all chocks, making it easy to see a forgotten Mark II Chock behind a wheel. Unique steel pattern plate gives a super grip on ice or snow. Always ready to use. 

Flexibility

Save time on the front wheels. Two blocks can be assembled on one axle.

Material

Two component super strong polyurethane.

Quality

Two component super strong polyurethane. Withstands a pressure of  200 tons, oil resistan. 3 year of guarantee. Do not apply to the steel plate.

References

Airports around Sweden, Norway, Finland

What our customers say

Kurt Mäki, Luftfartsverket, Sweden

""The Kiruna Airport is very satisfied with your chocks...especially the winter model Mark II Ice Chock. As you know we rebuilt all our chocks to the Mark II Ice Chock. A good example is NASA from the US. We have had NASA as a customer this winter in a big ozone research program. One of the aircrafts that were used was a rebuilt DC-8. In the winter theres a lot of snow and ice on the ground here (Kiruna is in the very North of Sweden north of the arctic circle). Their chocks did not work at all. They were built for summer conditions, but when they got a chance to borrow a couple of the Mark II Ice Chock their problems were solved. The NASA people was as a matter of fact impressed by the low weight and the way it kept the DC-8 stuck to the ground. Your man in the US are welcome to get in touch with me so that I can tell him the story on the phone.""
Kurt Mäki, Luftfartsverket, Sweden


Mark II Ice Chock Orange

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Total: 70 Euros excl. VAT