This single Banner Stake receiver head on stanchion and base can be used with a Banner Stake belt head stanchion to easily block aisles, doorways, and other parts of your business to redirect traffic away from hazardous areas. The PLUS line series 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.
Banner Stakes are a versatile retractable belt barricade system popular for their fast setup, easy portability, and high visibility. Durable but light, banner stakes are great for both indoor and outdoor use and can quickly be taken up or down.
No belt included - receiver head only
(1) PLUS Receiver head
(1) PLUS Base
(1) PLUS Stanchion
- Receiver head is compatible with Banner Stakes PLUS line belt heads
- Easy to use push-pin system for securing stanchion head to stanchions
- Stanchion is expandable between 19” - 42”
- Stanchions available in multiple, high-visibility colors
- Stanchion has optional spike for soft ground use
- Fillable base weighs 18lbs with water, 30lbs with sand
- Base has handle for convenient carrying
- Suitable for either indoor or outdoor use
- All components made from durable, rust-proof materials
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