Retractable Dual Belt Barrier Stanchion, Removable Base, Black Post, 11Ft. Belt - Montour Line MX630DR

SKU CCW-05-015-11856
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  • 11 foot belt
  • Multiple belt colors
  • Black Post
  • Compatible with all major brands
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$180.00

Product Overview

Our top quality dual belt stanchion with twin retractable belt barriers is an ADA compatible solution for crowd control, and queue management. The high quality double belts extend 7.5 feet, 9 feet, or 11feet long and include built in belt braking technology to prevent damage upon retraction. A 5” floor socket maintains clear floor space for minimal tripping hazards while the stanchion is in place, and a socket cap allows for discrete socket closure when the barrier is no longer needed. With belts that come in a wide variety of colors and messaging, this ADA compliant dual belt stanchion is a highly versatile choice.

Includes:

(1) Black post retractable belt barrier with 11ft. belt

Features:

  • 11 foot retractable belt barrier stanchion with Black Powder Coated post
  • ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant
  • Removable base is for permanent placement where occasional removal is required
  • 4-way belt receiver can hook up 3 additional barriers

Specification

Belt Length11 ft
Belt Width2 inch
Post MaterialSteel
Post Finish/ColorBlack
Base TypeRemovable
CompatibilityUniversal – compatible with all major brands
Post Diameter2.5 inch
Product Weight10 lbs
Warranty1 Year Manufacturers Warranty Against Defects

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