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DURA CRIB® LOCK BLOCKS

DCLB199LB, DCLB199LPY, DCLB299LB, DCLB299LPY, DCLB399LB & DCLB399LPY


DURA CRIB® Lock blocks are a purpose built tool designed to replace unsafe timber blocks that had traditionally been used to stabilise machinery and equipment used repair and maintenance or storage. The dura Crib lock block is a very versatile jacking and stabilising block used in a single block or multiples used to create a stable platform on almost any surface. The moulded grid pattern enable interlocking for cribbing block stack reducing potential slippage for non-direct applied load. This high load bearing compact cribbing tool is an excellent tool addition to the work service ute or truck.

  • Molded grid pattern enables interlocking for stability
  • Hi-visibility yellow or ultra-strength black
  • Tested under the guidance of AS1170.0.2002 and AS2498.3.1998
  • 100% recycled high density polyethylene (HDPE) construction for durability
  • Lightweight
  • Resistant to fuels, oils and most common chemicals
  • Will not splinter or rot
  • Non-conductive
  • Sturdy lanyard for ease of handling
  • Operating Temperature range -40°C to +75°C
  • 50 year warranty against splitting, rotting, absorption, termites and mould



* Total Block Working Load Limit (WLL) is based on a full press load evenly distributed across the top and bottom surfaces of the cribbing block.

Warning: Always perform your own risk assessment before using this product. Always know the weight of the equipment or machine being supported. Consult your equipment and machinery manufacturer manual and guidelines for recommended blocking and lifting points. Never exceed the maximum WLL of the cribbing blocks or cribs. Under no circumstances does the WLL mentioned above take into consideration point loading or uneven weight distribution of the supported load. Copies of Technical Data Sheets and the Technical Operating Manual for Composite Cribbing can be obtained from the resource page of this web site, emailing info@cribandmatco.com.au or calling 02 9674 7428.