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Cribbing & Matting Extend Range to Australia, SE Asia

March 5, 2014

Product display image courtesy of Cribbing & Matting

Product display image courtesy of Cribbing & Matting

A high performance recycled plastic cribbing system engineered to provide optimum safety and durability when stabilising heavy loads is being introduced throughout Australasia and South-East Asia inform the Cribbing and Matting Co Pty Ltd., located in Sydney.

The manufacturers explain that the lightweight, splinter-free, non-absorbent and environmentally sustainable Dura Crib and Dura Stat ranges were developed to replace older, weaker, less predictable wood cribbing systems which need constant ongoing replacement involving consumption of a finite resource.

With a 50-year warranty against splitting, rotting, absorption, termites and mould, the Dura Crib and Dura Stat systems have been extensively proven under some of the world’s toughest safety regimes in the United States of America. Applications include industries such as construction and building, rescue and recovery, mining and resources, food processing and materials handling, industrial maintenance and safety, road and rail transport, ports and shipping.

“A beauty of this range is that it is a complete proven system of integrated products that can be combined to provide comprehensive solutions across a wide range of industries,” says Cribbing and Matting Co Pty Ltd Managing Director Mr Tony Brooks. Cribbing and Matting has been set up to specialise in superior industrial strength stabilising products and matting solutions, offering complete solutions for particular applications rather than piecemeal product ranges.

“For years fire and emergency departments, industrial plants, resources and mining workers have used wood to stabilise equipment, products and vehicles. This is despite the fact that it comes with knots, is absorbent, cracks, splits and splinters. In fact, the only guarantee with wood is that you will eventually have to replace it,” added Mr Brooks.

www.cribandmatco.com.au

 

 



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