The Mark II Chock is designed for large aircraft, e.g. Boing 737 or Airbuss A320, and aviation equipment. The product is made of very durable, lightweight polyurethane. The material is resistant to extreme weather conditions, oils, propellants, as well as a high tear and abrasion resistance. Thanks to the material properties, the block will never rot, crack or splint. Tests have shown that Mark II Chock takes more wheel force than conventional rubber blocks. Mark II Chock has an innovative aluminium handle, which generates a lever and thus an increased user-friendliness. A reflex is placed on the outermost part of the handle in order to further visualize the block if it would be placed behind a wheel. Thanks to the shape of the block in combination with the handle, it is easy to place at the right place. The material is 100% recyclable.
The pulling force have been tested in purpose to promote and improve the working climate for ramp operators. According to ramp operators, GSE may in some cases be used to release chocks in order to that a human applied force is not enough. The results of the test show that Rosens innovative work is bearing fruit and we are very satisfied with the results. Due to Rosen´s unique tilting of the chock in combination with the innovative handles, only a force of 0,5kN is needed. In comparison with some competitors’ chocks where a hug pulling force of 3,1 kN have been needed to remove the chock. Which states that an extensive force needs to be applied vertically or by pulling. Through Rosen’s low pulling force, a better working climate is promoted for the ramp operators.
A319, A320, A321, B717, B737, F70, F100, Helicopter