CCW Stanchion Retractable Belt Barriers, Low Profile Steel Base, Orange Post - 11 Ft. Belt

SKU CCW-05-015-12959
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  • 11 foot belt
  • Multiple belt colors
  • Orange Post
  • Compatible with all major brands
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$106.01

Product Overview

Our MSX630 safety stanchions are designed with highly visible yellow, red, or orange 2.5” posts and durable etractable belts in a wide variety of colors and messaging, making this a convenient solution for crowd control and safety management. Its stumble-proof low profile base provides stability without interfering with foot traffic. With lengths of 7.5 feet, 9 feet, or 11 feet and a belt braking technology to control the speed of retraction, these retractable belt barrier stanchions are suitable for day to day use in retail or industrial settings.

Includes:

  • (1) Orange Steel post retractable belt barrier with your choice of belt color

Features:

  • Low profile flat base to reduce tripping hazards
  • 4-way belt receiver can hook up 3 additional barriers
  • Fully compatible with all other stanchion brands and manufacturers
  • Retraction control to prevent injury and belt damage

Buying in large quantities? Contact us for a volume discount! sales@crowdcontrolwarehouse.com or (847)-991-9900

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