Retractable Belt Barrier Stanchion, Fixed Base, Polished Stainless Steel Post, 11Ft. Belt - Montour Line MX630F

SKU CCW-05-015-03118
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  • 11 foot belt
  • Multiple belt colors and messages
  • Polished Stainless Steel
  • Compatible with all major brands
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$78.95

Product Overview

A 2.5" diameter post and small 5" diameter fixed base allows you to keep the floor clear and prevent tripping hazards while securely fastening stanchions flush to the floor. These versatile stanchions are designed to sustain daily use with built in belt braking technology to prevent belt damage with retraction. High quality 11 feet belt comes in a wide variety of colors and messaging.

Includes:

(1) Polished Stainless Steel post retractable belt barrier with 11ft. belt

Features:

  • 11 foot retractable belt barrier stanchion with Polished Stainless Steel post
  • 4-way belt receiver can hook up 3 additional barriers
  • Fully compatible with all other stanchion brands and manufacturers

Specification

Belt Length 11 feet
Belt Width 2 inch
Post Finish Polished Stainless Steel
Post Diameter 2.5 Inch
Fixed Base Diameter 5 Inch
Product Dimensions Length (in.) 17 Inch
Product Dimension Width (in.) 39 Inch
Product Dimensions Height (in.) 7 Inch
Product Weight 10 lbs
Warranty 1 Year Manufacturers Warranty Against Defects

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C
04/01/2021
Chad
United States United States
Weatherizing is sweet!

The weatherizing was so worth it! It looks very classy even if it's placed outside.

B
04/01/2021
Brian
United States United States
Great item!

The fixed base was a great plus for us. It was easy to assemble and it's very sturdy. Great item!

C
03/31/2021
Chase
United States United States
A beauty!

The bright color of this yellow belt was very effective and preventing people to cross over where they shouldn't. Now, our place is a bit more organized. Awesome piece!

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