This magnetic Banner Stakes wall mount with light kit can easily block large areas, wide aisles, doorways, and other parts of your business to redirect traffic away from hazardous areas. This model being sold through Crowd Control Warehouse can be used for a diversity of purposes, including manufacturing, warehouse, hospital, and electrical safety, janitorial work, and commercial crowd control.
The red strobe light kit can significantly increase visibility and bring added attention to hazards. The light is also useful for crowd control and safety management in areas that may experience low visibility or poor lighting.
The powerful magnet back and belt end makes this product easy to attach to magnetic surfaces common in industrial and commercial settings. In addition to this, the wall mount comes with two removable suction cups for mounting to smooth, non-magnetic surfaces such as other metals, glass, and plastic.
(1) Banner Stakes 7' Magnetic Wall Mount Barrier
(2) Removable suction cups for mounting to non-magnetic surfaces including but not limited to metal, stainless steel, Glass, Wood and plastic. Suction cups can be stored on top and bottom of main body when not in use.
- 7’ Belt length with variety of messages available
- Strong magnetic back
- Comes with removable suction cups for non-magnetic surface mounting
- Indoor or Outdoor use
- Portable; easily fits in a tool bag
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