Cone-Mounted Retractable Belt Barrier, 9 Ft. - Trafford Industrial

SKU CCW-01-016-02225
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  • 9 foot belt
  • Multiple belt colors
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Product Overview

The Cone Mounted Retractable Belt Barrier is a convenient retractable belt which easily attaches directly to the top of traffic cones to increase effectiveness in traffic control. These 7.5 foot, 9 foot, and 11 foot belts extend from the top of the cone to create barriers while built in belt-braking technology ensures safe belt retraction to sustain daily use without damage. The case comes in red, yellow, or orange, designed to cooperate with standard traffic control colors for high visibility and caution.

Includes:

(1) Cone Mounted Belt Barrier with ABS case and 9 ft. belt

Features:

  • 9 foot cone mounted retractable belt barrier with ABS case
  • Retraction control to prevent injury and belt damage
  • 2 inch retractable belt designed with durable herringbone webbing
  • 4-way belt receiver can hook up 3 additional barriers can hook up 3 additional barriers

Specification

Belt Length 9 ft
Belt Width 2 Inch
Height 9.25 Inch
Diameter 3.25 Inch
Product Dimensions Length 5 Inch
Product Dimension Width 5 Inch
Product Dimensions Height 5 Inch
Product Weight 2 lbs
Warranty 1 Year Manufacturers Warranty Against Defects

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