Wheel stops

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Product Information

Replas recycled plastic wheel stops are a tough, light-weight alternative to concrete stops. They can be used in car parks to prevent damage to walls, garden beds, pathways and other vehicles. All wheel stops can be routed with text, for reserved parking or company branding, while the blue colour is idea for ‘accessible’ parking.

Installation Their light-weight construction means that they can be installed by one person without the use of expensive lifting equipment or risking personal injury. Fasteners can be supplied at an additional cost to suit installation on a bitumen or concrete surface. Three fasteners are required per unit: 150 mm bolts for concrete and 300 mm spikes for bitumen. Available in a length of 1.65 m, in grey, yellow or blue, their low 100 mm height prevents damage to cars that have low-set spoilers.

 Long Lasting

 Australian Made

 Low Maintenance

 Cost Effective

 Environmentally Friendly

 Easy to Install



: 100 mm x 135 mm


: 1.65 m


: Black, Grey, Blue, Yellow

Items Per Pallet

: 100


: Complies with Australian

  Standards AS/NZ 2890.1:2004 Parking

  Facilities Part 1 off street parking




Environmentally Friendly

Replas’ plastic recycling leads to low maintenance products that are designed to last. Recycled plastic is resistant to termites, microorganisms and moisture, and will never split, rot, crack or need painting. Through the REDcycle Program Replas is proud to partner with companies, such as Coles and Woolworths, who have taken responsibility for the plastic waste they create. The soft plastic material collected through the program can be recycled by Replas and turned into products designed for outdoor use within the community.

Replas Environmental Statement

With plastic use on the rise, we need to create a sustainable community that reduces, re-uses and recycles plastics. At Replas, we see waste as a valuable resource, and are part of making this world more sustainable. What is the environmental cost in not being involved in the circular economy? By re-thinking your selection and procurement to recycled plastic products, you become the true recycler. Everyone touches plastic and we must be more accountable and responsible if we are to drive demand for recycled plastic products.