Our innovative Dura Cribbing products are the safer alternative to wood during stabilization operations. Dura Crib gives you the flexibility to stack and interlock plastic cribbing blocks for almost any type of load stabilization or application in industrial or fire/rescue settings, such as auto extrication.
Dura Crib products are labeled with a working load limit to provide valuable safety information to the user during rescue cribbing or stabilization of heavy equipment or machinery during repairs. All Dura Crib are made from 100% recycled plastic and are proudly made in the China.
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Product Lines : Industrial Tools
UHMWPE resin cribbing blocks are designed to provide superior crib stability compared to standard hardwood and softwood products. This cribbing blocks won't fail catastrophically like wooden cribbing; instead of snapping or cracking and collapsing, it gradually deforms providing a visual warning of overload. In addition, unlike wood products, UHMWPE resin cribbing blocks do not splinter or absorb most fluids. Convenient sizes help to quickly and safely build stable cribs to support loads.
Multiple sizes, shapes fit most applications
Interlocking or aggressive non-slip surface
Non-conducting plastic resists oil and most chemicals
Does not splinter, like wood
Operating temperature range is -40 °C to +80 °C
Made from 100% recycled plastics
Durable crib blocks safely support and stabilize lifted loads.
Cribbing blocks can be nailed, screwed or sawn like wood. Piloted ignition is similar to wood.
Crib Block Capacity Crib stack may compress up to 50 mm at 21 °C with no cracked blocks. Ratings are based on a full press load in which the load is evenly distributed across the crib stack using a 25 mm steel plate to spread the load. Do not load any localized area of a crib or cribbing block at more than 1100N/cm2 (1600 psi)
Think Safety! Do not mix different materials in crib stacks. Stable crib stacks require blocks with similar friction, compression and deflection rates. Use wedges to stabilize crib stacks when necessary. Wedges should be similar width as crib block. Distribute load over largest possible crib stack surface area. Loads must be evenly spread over the cribbing block cribs, and pointloading must be avoided.