This reliable retractable belt barrier stanchion is a high quality solution for crowd control and queue management. Sleek 2.5" diameter posts are secured to a premium cast iron base. These versatile stanchions are designed to sustain daily use with built in belt braking technology to prevent belt damage with retraction. High quality belts extend to lengths of 7.5 feet, 9 feet, or 11 feet and come in a wide variety of colors and messaging.
(1) Black Powder Coated Steel post retractable belt barrier with 11 ft. belt
- 11 foot retractable belt barrier stanchion with Black Powder Coated post
- Weighted base with durable ABS cover and rubber floor protector prevents scuffing
- 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
|Belt Length||11 ft|
|Belt Width||2 inch|
|Post Finish/Color||Black Powder Coated Steel|
|Base Type||Cast Iron|
|Compatibility||Universal – compatible with all major brands|
|Post Diameter||2.5 inch|
|Base Diameter||14 inch|
|Product Weight||20 lbs|
|Warranty||1 Year Manufacturers Warranty Against Defects|
- office setting
One of the best investments I could have made for our organization. Very helpful for controlling the crowd.
I used this for an office setting and it works great!
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