PLASTIC CRIBBING & LUMBER
For years, fire departments, industrial plants, mining, and construction workers have used wood to crib, block, or stabilize equipment, products and vehicles. In fact, 99% of cribbing being used today is wood. Wood is relatively inexpensive but comes with knots, is absorbent, cracks, splits and splinters. The only guarantee with wood is that you will eventually need to replace it. Our plastic cribbing has no knots and does not split, crack, or splinter. In effect, it is a safer option than wood, and additionally, it does not absorb blood, oil, or most chemicals, while also featuring slip-resistance. The recycled plastic that our cribbing products are made from is friendly to the environment, while also lasting longer than wood, saving time and money in the long run.