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a block of wood used to prevent the sliding or rolling of a heavy object

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secure with chocks

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support on chocks

as completely as possible

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Tenders are invited for Supply of HPSV Chocks, Lamps, Ignitors, T-5 Rod 28 Watt, T-5 Chocks to be used for the maintenance of Street Light in various wards under limits of municipal corporation, Karnal.
Pipe Chocks can be used to transport flume, pup or line pipe of any Outside Diameter or wall thickness.
A line of four different wheel chocks feature an ergonomic handle for easy I insertion behind a trailer wheel to prevent roll-aways at the dock.
Inappropriate accommodation can lead to chocks becoming too hot, too cold or troubled by mites.
A line of four different wheel chocks feature an ergonomic handle for easy insertion behind a trailer wheel to prevent roll-aways at the dock.
Make sure the person placing / removing the chocks from your wheels stands to one side 10.
Then click on rail dock safety and these product categories: rail skids, wheel chocks or car wheel blocks.
Chock systems reside atop two parallel rails, with barrels literally stacked on one another using wooden chocks as spacers.
Techniques and tools discussed include natural anchors, passive chocks, mechanical chocks, fixed gear, knots, belay anchors, top-rope anchors, and rappel anchors.
Despite already operating a system whereby drivers surrender their keys on arrival, and wheel chocks are used to hinder premature departures, Salvesen Lowestoft identified the need for the increased level of security that Salvo provides.
When her husband, Paul, went to investigate, he discovered two red chocks still attached to the car's suspension.
Wheel chocks not only keep air planes from rolling, but also have to sustain heavy loads and resist slippage and chemicals in a wide range of climates.
We looked for the leak, and I noticed the lineman did not put in the chocks after shutdown--the aircraft started inching aft.
Investigation later revealed that the wrong type of chocks were used to chock a number of aircraft that could have started rolling at any given time due to the high winds on that date.
The aircraft that the man was working on was apparently parked and the man was placing chocks under the wheels when he became caught in one of the propellers.